Jase Rosenburg

Thankful Hearts Change Lives

Yesterday was Thanksgiving here in the United States.  It’s my favorite holiday.  It’s not materialistic.  It’s not about what you’re going to get out of it.  It’s all about gathering with family and being thankful.  That’s what we did yesterday. There is so much to

Why Do I Blog?

I recently started an online course called Tribe Writers by Jeff Goins.  As a part of that course, I’m also completing his other course titled, Intentional Blog.  I’ve learned so many things about blogging.  So I wanted to take time and share with you, why

Stop Living In The Past

A lot of times we like to hold onto things.  At least I do.  I used to be pretty bad about it.  I’d save things, that really had no use.  They just held sentimental value.  I’m not saying that’s a bad thing.  It’s okay to

Jesus Gets Personal

Look at social media and listen to people’s stories and you’ll notice that gathering around a fire is something friends do.  We like to get together around a campfire or a bonfire.  We can open up and be ourselves.  I won’t get into that too

God Thinks About You

A lot of us think about God.  Whether we believe in him or not, most of us at one point have thought about him.  Did you know he thinks about you too? He does! Psalms 139 verses 17 and 18 says: 17 How precious also

Where Are All The Servants At?

I’m going to start by saying that I’m not directing this post at any congregation.  I’m not pinpointing individuals. I’m only relaying what I see in the body of Christ . My wife and I have talked about this for several years.  There are a

Are You Who You Say You Are?

We were watching a Priscilla Shirer on DVR yesterday and she was speaking to a large group of women.  However the message could have been for anyone.  It was one that really hit home with me and I’m sure it would with you too. I

Sharing My Passion

Today I want to share something with you.  My passion.  I’ve been blogging for a while now and it’s a huge passion.  I enjoy sharing devotional posts with you guys.  Actually, I enjoy it so much that I’m going to start working on a devotional

He Met Me There

I’ve been mulling this post over for a few days now.  I tried to remember the first time I ever heard about Jesus.  I’m sure it was so early in life that I can’t even truly remember.  While I didn’t really grow up in church

In Times Like These

I started singing this old hymn this evening. It seemed fitting. The lyrics say this: In times like these you need a Savior, In times like these you need an anchor; Be very sure, be very sure, Your anchor holds and grips the Solid Rock!

Living In The Kingdom

Growing up I was never satisfied with this earth and what it had to offer.  I can remember thinking often about God and what his world was like.  I daydreamed about Heaven, and I still do.  I can remember at least three times as a

At The Master’s Table

I often think about things.  I like to get deep.  I really think about things.  Looking at this picture, try to ignore what KIND of food it is.  Don’t worry about what it is.  Just let it represent something.  When we’re done here, you can

Drink Deep

Have you ever forgotten to water  your plants?  I do it all the time.  I don’t notice until they start to droop.  Then I usually ask one of my daughters to give them some water.  Within no time they perk right up.  The same goes

The Beauty Of The Storm

This feels strange.  This is my first devotional post in quite a while.  I’ve been working on interviews and getting this brand spanking new website up and running.  Thanks for hanging in there with me.  I do hope you’ve enjoyed the interviews.  I’ve enjoyed doing

Why I Celebrate Passover

Today was Good Friday.  As Christians this marks one of the holiest times of the year. Growing up I always celebrated in the usual way. We did the easter baskets and colored and hunted eggs.  As a teenager and into my young adulthood at the