Posts with the tag “emma-kate-shelton”

Mystery
by Devon McCoy on August 23rd, 2021
“With all wisdom and understanding, He made known to us the mystery of His will according to His good pleasure, which He purposed in Christ, to be put into effect when the times reach their fulfillment—to bring unity to all things in heaven and on earth under Christ.”- Ephesians 1:8-10Scattered throughout the Bible are phrases that either say “the mystery of Christ” or another wording of the same ...  Read More
Delicately Crave Depth
by Devon McCoy on June 18th, 2021
Earlier this year, God gave me the phrase, “Delicately crave depth.” I thought it was beautiful, but didn’t know what the context was surrounding it or how to interpret it.These past six months have been sweet, but not short of sorrows, let-downs and confusion. I have the tendency to let emotions become all consuming. I think it’s really cool that God gave me a capacity to care so deeply, but some...  Read More
Transition
by Devon McCoy on April 19th, 2021
For so long, the word transition felt to me like a more gentle way of saying, “abrupt life change.” Growing up, my dad was constantly being transferred to different locations for his job, and I lived in four different states and another country by the time I was 11 years old. The times we moved when I wasn’t too young to comprehend it, my parents would always sit me and my younger sister down and ...  Read More
Boldness in Breakthrough
by Devon McCoy on March 24th, 2021
A large portion of my freshman year of college was marked by a lot of loneliness and anxiety. In high school, I had friends, but I thought of myself as being self-sufficient and kind of closed myself off to experiencing authentic community and friendship. In the first months of my freshman year, I quickly found friends, which was such a huge answered prayer, but I found myself slipping into patter...  Read More
Deciding to Intern
by Devon McCoy on February 20th, 2021
Ever since I was in my second semester of my senior year of high school, calling has remained a scary word for me. I am confident in the idea that God is a dreamer and invites us to dream with Him, but somehow knowing that abstractly is far less intimidating than praying for and dreaming for my own future. This whole school year has been filled with wild, fun and crazy daydreams of what the next y...  Read More