Thinking about the state of our planet gets super overwhelming. Plastic in the oceans and climate change can leave us desperate and depressed – or in denial, because the problems feel too huge to tackle.

Truth is, God put us in charge of the earth. No matter how big the issues, His grace is sufficient for us to fulfil that calling. Also, ‘the life of every living thing is in His hand, and the breath of every human being.’
(Job 12:10 –

God hasn’t lost His grip on creation. He’s at work in the world, lending us courage to keep on keeping on making a difference.


Eve- God, her creator

Eve, the first woman who ever lived. The woman who was the first to know God, to hear His voice, to feel and know His presence. She truly knew Him as creator, the God of the universe (Genesis 2 –

Do you know that God created you too – not in the EXACT way He created Eve, but non the less, He is your creator just as much as He is Eve’s. The way that Eve knew God, we are able to know God – we are able to walk closely with Him and talk freely to Him, as she did.

Read Psalm 89:11 ( and 1 Corinthians 8:6 (



Depending on what grade you’re in, you might have had to take an aptitude or personality test to try and determine what subjects to choose or what career to pursue. Chances are you’ve taken a Buzzfeed test to find out which Disney Princess you’re like or what type of cheese you are.

We keep asking what these say about who we are and who we are becoming. But have you stopped to ask God who HE thinks you are? That’s where your true identity and future lies.

Read Isaiah 43:1-2 (, as well as Psalm 139 ( and be reminded of how well God knows you.



God sees us as either a man or a woman.
” male and female He created them.” Genesis 1:27 (

When I was 15 years old I remember struggling with my identity. I did not know who I was, was I a man or a woman? I am thankful that my Creator has shown me who I am – it is found in this verse. I am a man.

Sadly our world has changed what the Creator made. The fact is that the Creator made men and women. This is a good thing. Women are amazing. Men are amazing. But we are different. Difference is a good thing.