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Kyla Rodriguez

Kyla is a wife, mama, writer, and runner. She love Jesus deeply and serves in ministry as a Director of Christian Education. Becoming a mama added a whole new dimension to her ministry and few things bring her greater joy than watching her children learn to love Jesus too. You can follow along with her adventures in ministry and motherhood on Instagram: @rodriguezkyla

Recent Posts by Kyla Rodriguez

In Christ, You Are Enough

There is big lie that Satan works hard to get you to believe. He wants you to think that you are not enough. He wants you to see those around you and what they are doing and compare yourself, your life, your family, your friends, and your job to them. The more aspects of your life that he can convince you to scrutinize, the better. The start of a new year is an especially easy time to make this lie seem real. Before you even realize it, a well-intentioned New Year's resolution, for example, can become a toxic reminder of who you are not.

Let not your hearts be troubled

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Explore What it Means to Be Beyond #Blessed

One of the latest major updates for the iPhone includes a new setting called “Screen Time.” Using Screen Time, users visually can see data created around how you use your phone. This includes how often you pick up your phone, how many notifications you receive in a day, and the ultimate gut check: how much time you spend on each app. Yikes. Our phones have been integrated in our lives to the point where even tech companies and app developers are trying to give us tools to discern their place in our daily rhythms.

3 Things Screenagers Need From Your Ministry

Envision a group of students you recently observed interacting. Typically, there would be some students interacting in small groups and others standing or sitting alone off to the side. The students in the groups would be looking through social media accounts, sharing videos, capturing their time together, and generally integrating their phones into their physical interactions in that moment. The students on their own are also on their phones and are, in part, using them to communicate that they too have something to do amongst the group.