In the fall of 2007, my father was diagnosed with ALS. One day, shortly after, I asked him if he was scared. He didn't even hesitate; he looked right at me and said, "Kelley, God knows what He's doing."
God knows what He's doing.
My memory of that day ends with those words. But it wasn't long before I came to realize that they had not been spoken by accident. My father wasn't summoning some sort of faith-courage to help him weather the worst storm he'd ever faced. He was simply speaking out of the depths of an intimate friendship with God that had spanned decades.
There is a God. And He knows what He's doing.
The problem is, most of us don't really know Him at all. God is the most-talked-about, least-intimately-known Person of our time. Consequently, because we don't really know Him, we don't really know if we can trust Him. It's my mission to change that for as many people as possible, one person at a time.