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

God Who Never Changes

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We begin our journey into Psalm 27 with an illustration of change. What do we put our faith in when the path ahead twists unexpectedly and precariously, exposing the shadows that lurk within? In my youth, the word “change” was synonymous with adventure; and the world was like a beautiful, mysterious forest waiting to be explored. I didn’t seek the […] Read More

Finding God in the Numbers

Sometimes it seems as if God shows up in the least expected moments or circumstances. But maybe it’s more the case that God is everywhere and we are merely explorers stumbling upon glittering treasures.  Growing up, when my friends were turning sixteen, we heard stories of kids getting cars or huge parties with swimming pools, DJs, and Beyonce. So you […] Read More

Bread and Rocks, Fish and Snakes

I grew up going to church and I would often hear people refer to God as ‘Heavenly Father’, ‘Loving Father’, ‘Great Father’, or as my buddy Chris Tomlin would coin it, a ‘Good Good Father’. These aren’t just platitudes; Jesus refers to God as Father almost 200 times in the Gospels and over a hundred times in the Gospel of […] Read More

A Father’s Love

“…before the great and dreadful day of the Lord comes, He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children and the children to their fathers.” (Malachi 4:5b-6) The sheet of paper sat between us, the abrasiveness of its white color and the starkness of its dark text bringing finality to the feelings of shock that resonated deep within […] Read More