Even when a season ends, the memories that happened there don’t end with it, a new cycle of memories begin.
Is it possible the world needs an interruption in the form of me being exactly as I am?
Every superhero holds one trait I deeply admire. You can read about it here!
In this blog, I share my experience of how creative resistance and feedback ultimately bridged the divide between rejection and comparison in my own life.
This story is not just about a girl following her call, but it’s about owning her story and inner intuition: Who she is as opposed to the things other people want her to be.
I believe wholeheartedly in the idea that as we continually go after the things we want in our lives, we’ll find the people who are running the race right alongside us. Here is my new list of “to-do” before I date!
At the end of the day, I think that love is mostly about taking the small burdens off of another in order to make their life a little bit easier. Read on to find out what I have learned over the multitude of years about love through people and couples I know and simple observation.
One of my friends, Rachel Hafler, recently posted a blog about Barbara Brown Taylor’s idea based on a question she was asked to speak on: “What is saving your life right now?” I loved the idea so much that I wanted to write up my own blog
My Grampy, who passed mid-December 2018, requested that I speak something at his funeral. This piece of writing is what I came up with, with the help of my father’s memories and what I knew of him as a granddaughter. This piece is dedicated to my family.
Over the weekend, I was asked a loaded question. Loaded questions like this always get me going. This is a prose response to the question: What has been inspiring you lately?
“It’s the one thing that keeps me from God.” … The statement hit me like a ton of bricks and in that moment, I was faced with a choice: to walk away and drop the conversation, or stay.
I truly believe that the way we treat our personal spaces is a good indicator of how we are doing on the inside. In this blog, I talk about the pruning process God has brought me through recently.
God asked me a simple question: “will you love them anyway?”
I recently worshipped alongside friends and thousands of other people with Elevation Worship at the Orpheum Theater in Boston and something they said about worship really hit me to the depths of my core. They said that worshipping through the storm does not mean you are fake, but it means that you are abiding.
A story on the process of learning what it means to live in constant anticipation despite the disappointments that have come.
I’m learning that if I can withstand the trials that come within the mundane aspects of life, then I am capable of being able to withstand anything that comes my way.
If God is a God who gives AND takes away, do I mean it when I sing that I will choose to stay and bless His name, even when He takes away?
Inspired greatly by Psalm 139 and verses from Isaiah 54, Jesus has been weaving truth into my life with these pieces of scripture, and it’s where we’ve been hanging out lately. This blog is what came from it.
If I only left one rich impression for my entire life on a man in his 60’s by simply showing up day after day in the absolute mundane, simply because it makes his life brighter, would that be enough?
It’s easy to scramble around everyday singing that Jesus loves me because the Bible tells me so and then move on with my day without recognizing the real weight in that statement.