Seele contributor Ben Mack, talks about what can happen when we forget to thank God for our success and become arrogant - David being chased by Saul is the example.Read More
Our skills, talents, knowledge are not a waste. They’re all things that God can use so when you gain a new piece of knowledge, you are actually positioning yourself to be used by God. Today’s Friday Post is inspired by a chat we had with Zealand band leader, Phil Joel.Read More
Simone Smith wrestled with a porn addiction for years and shares that freedom is possible, and it’s best to not wake up “the baby”- porn- but just let it lie so you don’t have to wrestle with the addiction, she says.Read More
We know from verses like James 5:16 that fervent prayer is powerful when it’s coming from a righteous person. And we know that prayer changes things. Sometimes we fall short in our prayer life. But, if we only knew how powerful and impactful prayer is, we’d never miss a day of it.Read More
Phillip Michael Parsons lives between Southern Maryland and Nashville. He’s got fans, who he calls, “PMPFam” from across the US, and he’s also well known in Canada, Australia, Europe and South America.
His breakout hit single, “Breakin’ My Own Rules” was co-written with award-winning hit songwriters Clay Mills III (“Beautiful Mess”), Rich Redmond (Jason Aldean) and Mike Krompass (Smashmouth, Nelly Furtado) and produced by Krompass and Redmond, the multi-platinum production team at 1225 Entertainment.
Phillip will begin his first nationwide radio tour when “Breakin’ My Own Rules” hits radio stations across America in 2019. Already being added to radio stations in multiple states, Phillip plans to take over the world, one radio at a time.
I feel that the word “calling” is a word that gets bounced around in evangelical churches a lot. It’s a word that we get hit with time and time again when we look at interviews of those we look up to. I’ve even asked people in interviews, “how did you know you were called to be a singer, actor, etc?” But maybe you and I have been thinking about “calling” differently that doesn’t align with the Heavenly view of “calling.”Read More
Olivia Lane is dynamic, smart, funny and above all, an entertainer. Much of her confidence is rooted in her Texas upbringing. Her mother was a local Texas country singer that inspired her to sing and start writing songs at age 16. Olivia ultimately landed in Nashville, where her self-titled debut EP stirred interest beyond Music Row in 2016.
Olivia bids influence to Linda Ronstadt and Carole King with the production and energy of Shania Twain. “If I have to categorise myself I’d have to say I’m pop country. Growing up I was a musical melting pot, but country music always had the lyrics that drew me in." Olivia has been writing and recording new music with plans to release one song at a time directly to her fans, which Lane did with her last release of 'Devil and You' and is continuing to do with 'You Got Me.'
GraceLaced is about more than pretty florals and fanciful brushwork—it’s about flourishing. With carefully crafted intention, this beautiful volume of 32 seasonal devotions from artist and author Ruth Chou Simons encourages readers in any circumstance to become deeply rooted in God’s faithful promises. GraceLaced extends a soul-stirring invitation to draw closRead More
Seele contributor, Ben Mack shares that amongst the challenge of find himself in Gabon recently, he experienced God through Christian hospitality.Read More
Seele contributor, Rebekah Mazzei, shares a whisper that came into her Spirit this week, in her quiet time with God and she shares it: “I’ve done my best, now it is time for God to do the rest.”Read More
Seele contributor, Ben Mack talks about how political party partisanship should not be what divides us, but rather I shared idenity in Jesus should unite us.Read More
Seele contributor, Thomasena Thomas points out the importance of how relationships are an important part of life. She says, 'relationships were designed by God and happen for a reason.'Read More
Seele contributor, Rebekah Mazzei points out the importance of solitude, and how it is the most important spiritual discipline that we need to be doing.Read More
Every woman was once a little girl. And every little girl holds in her heart her most precious dreams. She longs to be swept up into a romance, to play an irreplaceable role in a great adventure, to be the beauty of the story. Those desires are far more than child's play. They are the secret to the feminine heart. In Captivating, Stasi points out that your heart matters more than anything else in all creation. The desires you had as a little girl and the longings you still feel as a woman are telling you of the life God created you to live. He offers to come now as the Hero of your story, to rescue your heart and release you to live as a fully alive and feminine woman.Read More
If God has called you to do something in life- move to a new city, start an initiative, become a freelancer, take a class- whatever it is, it is His responsibility to provide for you. Seele editor, Ally paints a picture on God always providing.Read More
Seele contributor, Ben Mack writes about a recent trip to Bangladesh and how we are to not ignore poverty and social inequality.Read More
“Oh God, where do you want me to be? What do you want me to do?” We’ve all prayed prayers like this. Have you ever felt like you don’t know where to be and what to do? In these seasons we feel lost, and we may feel like God isn’t speaking…Read More
Jessica Honegger, is the Founder and co-CEO of Noonday Collection, author of Imperfect Courage, brand-new podcaster, and mom to three littles. She is passionate about encouraging others to leave comfort, go scared, and step into a life of impact. Jessica talks to Seele about social justice, podcasting, and Imperfect Courage.Read More
The new film “Little Women” out today is the classic American story of love and family. It follows the lives of four sisters, of their challenges, hopes and dreams.Read More
Have you ever felt emotional, like just breaking down in tears because you’re trying to keep everything inside? There are moments in life when tears seem to be the only solution to all that’s going on inside. It’s important to let it out and I think God wants us to let out and express our emotions in a healthy way.Read More