Savoring What We Love

Savoring What We Love

(Enjoying God and all He has given to us can be difficult to understand and abstract at times. That’s why I’ve asked a few friends to share how they have enjoyed various aspects of the Christian life, seasons, and disciplines. I pray you are encouraged by this series...

read more
Three Benefits of Discipleship

Three Benefits of Discipleship

What happens when you get a group of women in a room to discuss life and the gospel? Talking. Lots of talking. And questions. More questions than you can imagine. Why? Because we need each other, and sometimes life can be confusing and include insurmountable...

read more
Being Found by the Deepest Love

Being Found by the Deepest Love

It was the summer of 1998. I was leading a private camp and awaiting the arrival of my assistant. She arrived with her blonde ponytail, blue eyes, and bubbly spirit. She was a few years younger than I — and seemed it. Not that she was immature, she wasn’t, but there...

read more
Faith to Believe God Enjoys My Prayers

Faith to Believe God Enjoys My Prayers

(Enjoying God and all He has given to us can be difficult to understand and abstract at times. That’s why I’ve asked a few friends to share how they have enjoyed various aspects of the Christian life, seasons, and disciplines. I pray you are encouraged by this series...

read more
More than a Month Long

More than a Month Long

In 1976, the United States government officially acknowledged this month as an annual celebration of noted Black historians, scholars, educators, and publishers. Growing up, school days for me during the month of February meant learning about historical Black figures...

read more
Enjoy, Beloved, Enjoy!

Enjoy, Beloved, Enjoy!

God has graciously given us a Body, the church, with many parts and a variety of gifts meant to serve and love each other. Today, we get to experience two chapters in Enjoy (relationships and art) on display through the creative and Christ-centered poetry of my...

read more
The Executive Order and the Image of God

The Executive Order and the Image of God

Though I have a degree in political science and thought I’d be a lawyer, this article is not about politics. God had other plans for me. When I think through current issues, I often view situations through the lens of the gospel and how the gospel changes how we...

read more
An Evening to Enjoy: Six Ways We Intentionally Enjoyed

An Evening to Enjoy: Six Ways We Intentionally Enjoyed

It’s easy to read a book like Enjoy and perhaps appreciate what is written, but then simply move on with our daily lives. And so, as I was thinking through writing the book, it was so clear to me that in order for me to rightly enjoy the Lord and his good gifts, I’d...

read more
Delighting in Our Children

Delighting in Our Children

Recently, I read an article about a growing trend among mothers: they regret ever having children. It’s not that these mothers are sad or overwhelmed from time to time because of the commitment it takes to raise children, nor are they simply fearful because of the...

read more
In the Writing Homes of Some Friends

In the Writing Homes of Some Friends

Today, I’d like to take you to a few of my friend’s writing homes. They invited me in recently and I’d love to share our time with you. First up, a podcast. A friend listened to a podcast I was featured on and emailed me as a result saying, “I don’t even know you!” I...

read more

Subscribe today and receive a preview of Trillia's new book, Enjoy.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

About Trillia Newbell


Trillia Newbell is the author of Fear and Faith: Finding the Peace Your Heart Craves and United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity.

Read More About Trillia

@TrilliaNewbell

Pin It on Pinterest