Learning About God with the Bible & a Blog!
God wants to be involved in every part of our lives. That means worship can get kinda messy… and that’s okay!
Do you struggle with feeling overwhelmed by the Bible rather than excited about it?
Are you finding it impossible to stay focused on your faith in your daily life?
Have you ever wished your relationship with God felt more fun? Free? Fulfilling?
Yep. I did, too. And then I tried something crazy – I read through the entire Bible. I only read a chapter a day and it took me 8 years to do it, but I learned SO. MUCH. about who God is and what his purpose is for me.
Now I want to help others find what I found – a fun, fulfilling, grace-drenched relationship with God. That’s what Messy Worship is all about: tools, tips & tricks to help you feel your way towards finding God.
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A big part of learning and growing in your faith is exercising it. No matter what phase you are currently in, there’s always some way God can stretch you. Where are you looking for help, encouragement and tools to help you grow your relationship with him?
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