Kasey Van Norman

Kasey Van Norman

Kasey is a Bible teacher who is passionate about people and the proclaiming of the Gospel. As the founder and president of Kasey Van Norman Ministries, based in College Station, Texas, her heart’s desire is to be a fresh voice that bridges the gap between the church and the lost. Kasey is the author of Named by God—a book, Bible study, and video series.

Posts by Kasey Van Norman:

A Bleeding Heart of Faith

When we think about faith, we often reach for actions and behaviors — things we can quantify. We create a mental checklist: Have we been going to church? Have we cut back on the drinking? Have we been giving money to the church? […]

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What’s Love Got to Do with It?

As I think back now, I am disgusted by the hypocrisy that has drenched my past. During my teen years a normal day for me would consist of: laughing and smiling as the “straight-​​​​A-​​​​president of the student body,” singing my heart out as the […]

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How to Forgive

Before we can understand how to forgive, we need to understand the biblical definition of forgiveness and what we’re getting into. You need to know what you’re committing to before you commit! The biblical definition of forgiveness is “an act of pardon.” […]

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If I Can Just Touch His Robe

I absolutely cannot comprehend the thought that only one year ago this month I was receiving my first of 4 chemotherapy treatments for my diagnosis of NHL; my “incurable” form of cancer; found by “surprise.” And now, one year later, a new head of […]

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Heart Condition

In general, do you think people find it tempting to judge a person’s holiness or spirituality based on their physical attributes or the activities they take part in? Attending church, reading your Bible, dressing in fine clothes, participating in ‘moral’ activities are […]

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Your Payback vs. God's Promise

After my rape, I really wasn’t sure what to do. For the first few months afterward I was in such a state of shock and confusion that I allowed the relationship to continue. Partly due to the fact that I thought we now had to get […]

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Have You Forgiven … Really?

Have you ever treated the act of forgiveness in the same way you would an ‘all you can eat buffet’ — picking and choosing what sounds good to you in the moment? I have. But in order for true forgiveness to take […]

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Loving Your Enemy

Now instead, you ought to forgive and comfort him, so that he will not be overwhelmed by excessive sorrow. I urge you therefore, to reaffirm your love for him. (2 Corinthians 2:7 – 8) If you are as human as I am, this might […]

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