Wholehearted: Nerd Style

Thursday, 14 November 2013 by

  There are a few ways in which the word wholehearted is frequently used.  Typically, its use implies a connection or relationship between two parties.  We hear expressions like: “I wholeheartedly believe you…” “He wholeheartedly supports his team…” “She attacked the project with wholehearted devotion…”   Defining Words… In church settings, we most often hear

Change Your Perspective, Change Your Life

Monday, 11 November 2013 by

  “Child, you have to learn to see things in the right proportions. Learn to see great things great and small things small.” – Corrie ten Boom   A change in perspective can work wonders for us.  There are so many examples of how our perspective and position relative to an object can have a

That Old Adage You know that old adage: “The chicken or the egg, which came first?”  You might be asking a similar question about wholeheartedness…which comes first, the state of being or the way of living? I believe wholeheartedness is firstly and mostly about a way of living. Because, honestly, the way we are speaking,

  A number of years ago, I really felt God speaking to me about wholeheartedness.  It was one of those things that I just couldn’t shake.  No matter what scripture I read or devotional I went through, that was the message that was coming through.  Every day in different ways, I felt a still small

The Prologue…

Friday, 01 November 2013 by

Here’s a little bit of my backstory, or a prologue if you will, to The Wholehearted Chronicles. For nearly as long as I can remember I have loved music, songwriting and singing.  I wrote my first song around the age of six or seven and started leading worship at the age of eleven (I started

Wholehearted: It’s a big concept that sometimes goes unnoticed and undervalued in our lives but also in our churches…and dare I say our worship.  Every pastor and worship leader the world over wants to have a church that is growing, engaged and connecting with the presence of God.  Pastors and worship leaders want to see