I should probably preface this post by saying it is not at all strange for me to be thinking or daydreaming about all things Christmas, no matter what time of year it is. You see, I am a Christmasaholic. Even as I sit in my rocking chair on my front porch enjoying this beautiful 72… Continue reading Tis The Season – For a Change of Heart
Listen to this episode of my podcast, Christa Sullivan - Song & Strength Ministries, We Aim to Please https://anchor.fm/christa-stigall-sullivan/episodes/We-Aim-to-Please-e3njmo
I think most people will agree with me when I say that experiencing a moment, or multiple moments, of conviction, can be one of life’s best teachers. You know what I’m talkin' about right? That second you want to crawl in a hole because you’re feeling smothered in guilt, remorse, shame…need I go on? I… Continue reading How’s The View
DON’T MISS IT! “Ladies and Gentlemen, we are surrounded by insurmountable opportunities.” (unknown author) Isn’t it just like us, humans, to overcomplicate things? I have recently had a realization that is going to change the landscape of my everyday life. God has already revealed His plan for my life. And yours!! And yet I, like… Continue reading DON’T MISS IT
I often get asked how I went from being an outright Atheist to a woman madly in love with Jesus Christ. I guess that does raise an eyebrow if you haven’t lived it out with me. If you haven’t read my testimony, please feel free to read my very first entry “Introductions are In Order.”… Continue reading Have You Seen My Seeds? What about yours?
I am always amazed at how God uses difficult situations in our lives to offer us an opportunity to stop and take a good look around and within. Generally, in those moments, it's much easier to become self-focused; worrying only about what we are going through and ways to overcome it. But the more I… Continue reading Kindness Doesn’t Cost a Thing, yet it’s the Richest Gift You can Give.
We must be broken in order to be made whole. A Sociologist named Brene Brown said, “We are ‘those people.’” The truth is… most people in our world are one paycheck, one divorce, one addiction, one mental health diagnosis, one serious illness, one hurt, or one bad choice from becoming “those people”— the ones we… Continue reading Your First Ingredient is Brokenness
My pastor recently gave a message describing how Jesus is our Good Shepherd. Being different than a hired keeper who might run away in the face of danger, the flock belonged to the shepherd who would stay and defend them. He had a genuine loving concern for what belonged to him. Jesus is that loving… Continue reading It Took a Broken Foot to Run For God
I am so thankful to begin this new year as a part of this ministry. Before I jump right in though, I think some introductions are in order. I am a true believer in the fact that, for you to understand and get a deeper look into the heart of a message, you need a… Continue reading Introductions Are In Order