About Red Letter Brew
I started Red Letter Brew as a daily devotional site. However, over time I realized I was processing my life more than making devotionals. This lead to using stories and the principles discovered in the midst of pain and joy to help people step into healing and fearless living.
This journey has been intertwined with God's spirit and scripture in a way I never imagined possible. Discovering the relational side of God has lead me to believe God is always demonstrating tender love towards humanity, is good, and loves us no less at our worst. God isn't mad at the world, he’s just madly in love. It doesn’t take a lot to be loved by Him, and that’s all it takes to love him extravagantly.
The ultimate heart of Red Letter Brew is to reconnect people with who they are in God. On any given day, you’ll find me living the outdoors lifestyle, sipping coffee, working hard, and cultivating community. Although this active lifestyle can appear otherwise, I don't believe in strong adherence to "extreme living" or "Self-Help" strategies for bettering myself. I believe that being in connection with God will ultimately connect us to our best self.
Sometimes we are bent and twisted out of shape. We lack healthy self-wellness and community. When we attempt to better ourselves by going gung-ho on self-improvement we often sabotage peace and abandon healing out of fear of failure. To get back on track it takes a journey - some are longer than others. My passion is that Red Letter Brew produces content and coaching that helps people walk into healing, strength, and fearless living without using performance driven thinking.
We all have dreams and fears that drive us down the road. Through my own journey I've discovered that life is better than I imagined and rarely the way I thought it would look. Transformation and freedom lie just around corner. Through renewed thinking and guidance, you can walk into the life you want to live. Whether its through released content, one on one coaching, or group adventures, I'm excited to be a part of your journey.
“It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to.”
- Bilbo, LOTR