Since the age of 8 when I picked up my first plastic play guitar in a hospital room, then at […]
Crisie HutchingsI've committed my life to serve Jesus Christ and His Church. My passion is to see people rescued and brought into life and to serve them in music and communication of God's Word. I do that through every venue available from this blog to podcasts and videos. My hope is that you are encouraged, provoked and somehow healed and inspired through what you experience here on this website. It is my privilege to oversee the worship ministry at Covenant Love Church in Fayetteville, NC. My husband, John, and I do life with three adult children and their families and a beagle named Buddy!
The Words of His Mouth; My Treasure
[Note: For the sake of distinguishing the Father, God from the Son, Jesus, in this article, the Father, God pronoun […]
WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE YOU JUST CAN’T TAKE ANOTHER STEP……
You may have noticed that many of my posts for the last several months have been focused on what to […]
GLITTER- PROOF (When Your Past Chokes the Light Out of Your Future) Part 2
This perpetual cycle of lies is one of greatest tactics of our enemy. Why? Because it works so well.
GLITTER- PROOF (When Your Past Chokes the Light Out of Your Future)
As I opened my eyes this morning and slumber left my soul, these words spoke silently to me: “Glitter- proof”. […]
One of the Most Important Keys for Lasting Relationships
Relationships are hard work. Ask anyone who’s in one or trying to maintain one. They require everything we’ve got and […]
Dealing with Depression
What Will “They” Say About You When You’re Gone and Why it Matters
I received a phone call in early September that after 10 years of fighting brain cancer, my sister, Teresa had […]
A Hunger for Jesus
Don’t mistake my title for some post that’s going to talk about pursuing God and if you’re not hungry for […]
Where is Worship in the Midst of Trials?
Never is the heart and soul of our worship more challenged than when we are in the middle of trials […]
DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE? The Art of Truly Looking
I was having a moment today as I recalled a memory of my sister.
I used to believe that life was certain or that I could orchestrate events to make it that way. Continue reading →