see differently.
live transformed.


The birthplace of a transformed life lies, not in what we see, but in how we see.

Proverbs 4:23 says, “As a man thinks in his heart, so is he.” This truth tells us that we think more with our hearts than with our minds. What goes on inside of us affects the way we see in the natural.

 Our perception has the ability to beautify or corrupt what we see. It has the ability to shape the way we understand the world. If we can change where we are looking from, I believe we can change the way we live.

For as a man thinks
in his heart, so is he.

Our perception, the way interpret what we see, feel and hear, is primarily shaped by how we think in our heart. I believe if we can change the way see, we can transform the way we live. Join me in this journey of stepping into a better way of seeing. A journey of unveiling the eyes of our hearts.

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