Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Andrea Matthews

Prayer Still Works: One People Humbled Before God

If My People, Called by My Name... I was driving north on the freeway. It was one of those hour-long drives - not long enough to be considered a road trip, but certainly long enough for some time to think. I...

Why We Must Study God’s Word with a Lifelong Learner’s Mentality

Enlighten Me Again, Lord I love to study God’s Word. It’s alive, it’s active, and it speaks to my specific situation without fail. I’ve found that even when I know a scripture like the back of my hand, God’s Spirit has...

Achan’s Sin: Why the Body of Christ Rises and Falls Together

Truths Revealed Have you ever re-read a book or watched a movie you’ve already seen? Did you find something new that you might not have noticed the first time? That’s how I felt while reading through the book of Joshua. I’ve heard the...

3 Ways to Recognize and Prepare for God’s New Thing

A New Thing is Coming It usually doesn’t rain here in southern California, so when it does, we are completely unprepared. We had a storm come through this week, and I had to search my entire apartment for something other...

Pursue It: Being Ready When God Says “Go!”

David inquired of the LORD: "Shall I pursue this raiding party? Will I overtake them?" The LORD told David, "Pursue them! You will definitely overtake them and rescue the captives." 1 Samuel 30:8 Starting a marriage is like starting a...

No Excuses, Know Your Why

Have you forgotten your 'why'? I’m young, but I’m not sure that’s an adequate excuse. Maybe “I’m broke” or “I’m weak” would suffice. What makes a good excuse? Before we answer that question, we’re forced to face another: Why use...

Trust the Process, God is Faithful

God is Able It was the beginning of our first full week in our new place. I’m seated at a bar stool set we found at a discount furniture store the day we got approved - you could say we were...

Her Life Speaks: Ruth’s Prayer Journal

This letter is inspired by the story of the Moabite woman found in the book of Ruth. Dear Sisters, Decisions, decisions. We make them 24-hours-a-day, seven days a week. Some carry more weight while others have short-lived, seemingly insignificant consequences. Often...

Strength From Our Sisters: Hannah’s Prayer Journal

This letter is inspired by the story of Hannah found in 1 Samuel 1 and 2. Dear sisters, “My heart rejoices in the Lord; in the Lord, my strength is lifted high. My mouth boasts over my enemies; for I delight...

About Me

Andrea is a passionate storyteller and aspiring author. As a young wife and mother, Andrea's desire is to encourage other millennials to live for Christ. Follow her journey at andreaspaige.com
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