Hi there! I’m Nick Cash, author of LikeTreesPlanted.com. I am a 32-year-old husband and father of three from Columbus, Georgia. I am not a super-Christian, but I am convinced that discipleship is the God-given ability of EVERY believer. Ordinary people CAN walk with God successfully on a daily basis! I want to help you do just that. (You’re welcome to read my full bio here!).
Discipleship – the process of learning to walk every moment with (and for) Jesus – is a personal passion of mine. I am a collector of tips and strategies for walking successfully with God. I want to share my collection with you! Just remember: it’s not the strategy in the end that results in growth. It is the life of faithful dependence upon God that bears the most consistent fruit. LikeTreesPlanted is a blog dedicated to sharing tools to help you follow faithfully in the steps of the Savior.
About three times per week, I will post an idea, a suggestion, a link, a how-to, a strategy, a Scripture, an encouragement, or some other helpful tool to assist you in your followership of Jesus. I invite you to subscribe, so that notices of new posts can be sent directly to your email inbox!
I further invite you to engage in the conversation with me! Please DO leave a comment! Offer a different perspective, suggest a question, or recommend your own favorite tip or strategy. I am by no means the authority on the topic of discipleship – I just care about it a great deal. I don’t want this blog to just be my two cents. In fact, if I may be so bold, I am expecting my readers to participate in this with me! I want you to. I need you to!
So I would love to have your input; let’s make this a dialogue! You can even enter your comments anonymously if you wish. I do have a simple list of ground rules, though, just to keep the conversation civil, helpful, truthful, and purposeful. See my Comments Policy for more details.
You can start by helping me answer this question – it’ll be the topic of a future post: When do you find it hardest to pray? What time of day, or, during which seasons/experiences of life is it most difficult for you to talk with God?