I know this might sound a little cliche, but 30 Words was inspired by no one other than God. I remember lying awake one night and hearing this voice in my head tell me, "you should write a devotional." After arguing with myself for 20-30 minutes, I realized I didn't have to be some theological genius to write how God has moved in my life. God gave me individual experiences that can be used to reach others in a way that maybe no one else can.
Our obsession with catering to ourselves, when the reality of the Gospel is to abandon ourselves. We are too self-absorbed to realize we are hurting.
I wrote 30 Words for myself as much as I did for others. All throughout my life I've struggled with staying consistent in my walk with God. Although I place my relationship with God above anything else in my life, there is a constant battle for my worship every day I wake up.
The main thing that drew me to Kirkdale was the family aspect they bring to the publishing world. They didn't treat me like another artist on a shelf, but instead they showed value and support towards my future in writing.