Joy in His presence

That feeling of happiness seems to come and go as the wind, however, biblical joy is unaffected by circumstances or compliments.  It does not sway with daily mood swings. Rather, biblical joy is knowing God, and our God is good, pure, love, and a never-ending, never-changing God.  Because of that, we can always have inner joy in knowing that God […] Read More

Walking in Joy

Back when my husband Jon and I were dating, a coworker asked me the following question: If you could get away from the crowds, take a long walk through nature, and choose only one other person to walk with you, who would it be? Of course, being in the early stages of falling in love, I smiled big and responded […] Read More

When God Moves You

When God Moves You

So, we’re digging out and through our mile-high and -wide stack of moving boxes. Every other minute I’ve asked myself, “Why did we bring this? Why did we keep that?” Newly motivated (i.e. overwhelmed) by this sea of cardboard, I’ve re-homed or chucked things I originally thought I couldn’t live without, such as: Old paper bags I saved to make […] Read More

Choosing Joy

Rejoice always; I will say it again, Rejoice. Let your moderation be known unto all men. The Lord is at hand. (Philippians 4:4-5) Seasons come and seasons go. Fall is settling in, making itself at home. The gray rain falls unceasingly, washing away memories of bright sunlight and blue skies. As nature changes its seasons, so too does my life […] Read More

Creates: Psalm 27 Forest

That’s What She is thrilled to introduce our Creates series with a special collaboration with Christina Shin. Inspired by Psalm 27, Christina illustrates God’s sovereignty. In her own words: That’s what she creates: Psalm 27 has many contrasting elements throughout the chapter.  Light and salvation versus fear and being afraid, battle versus victory. Confidence against opposing odds, and finding beauty […] Read More

That’s What She: Creates

That’s What She exists as a platform and network for people around the world to express their God-given talents. Creationism, the desire to build something with our own hands and create something out of nothing, is inherently within us, for we are ourselves the product of the ultimate Creator. We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all […] Read More