Black Widow

We journey back to where it all started for Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow. She has to face an evil she thought she rid the world of, and deal with past broken relationships. We ‘meet’ the ‘family’ she never speaks about. Besides all the deep emo stuff, this movie is packed with action from start to finish.

Relationships are tough. Facing issues with those that are your nearest and dearest is even tougher. But this movie reminded me that we simply can’t live our lives alone. God made us to be in community and surrounded by family – whatever that may look like.

Read Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 (



That’s YOU!

‘you are a chosen people. You are royal priests, a holy nation, God’s very own possession. As a result, you can show others the goodness of God, for He called you out of the darkness into His wonderful light.’ (1 Peter 2:9 –

Just look at how you’re described: chosen, royal, holy, and belonging to God. You’ve been picked, adopted into a King’s family and set apart, pure and purpose-driven to show off His amazing grace to those still lonely, on the outside, and in the dark.

When we really begin to see how God sees us, it’s impossible not to share the vision with others.



Yesterday, today, forever

Have you heard that saying, “Change is the only constant in life”?
Change is in every area of life. And especially when it comes to us.

Maybe people describe you as a good person who is always honest. Does that mean you are that in every situation always, forever? No, because we are flawed humans – we are always changing because so many things in our lives are always changing.

However, God never changes. He is the same yesterday, today, and will always be who He says He is. He is and will always be faithful, perfect, and good!

Read Hebrews 13:8 (



The Tomorrow War

I’m not usually a fan of scifi movies – but if you’re into alien type things, The Tomorrow War’s storyline is not that bad. It also falls into the time travel category, and although some scenes are a bit farfetched, it made me think.

What if someone from the future came and told us exactly what would happen in the next 30 years?

Well – guess what? We know the author and creator of time. We don’t always need to know what’s going to happen, BUT we can trust God, the One who literally holds our future in His hands.

Mark 13:32 (