When You Don’t Know Where to Turn When my plans fail, I automatically feel the need to come up with a new plan. Time without a plan is time wasted in my book. When I found myself in this situation, I was sitting on my porch, crying to one of my most Christ-like friends and… Continue reading When You Don’t Know Where to Turn
Faith. Hope. Love. These are the three things that the book of 1 Corinthians tells us we have, and the greatest of them is love. Our human nature has tarnished the meaning of love and belittled it to a simple adjective we would use to describe our feelings towards our favorite ice cream or movie.… Continue reading but the greatest of these is love
“I’ll start reading my Bible every day when I have time.” “I’ll go on a mission trip when I have the money for it.” “I’ll start seeking God after I’m done doing all the fun things in my life.” Raise your hand if you’re guilty of ever thinking any of these things. Yeah, me too.… Continue reading Grow Where You’re Planted- Even in the Ashes
In a world that’s faster paced and busier than ever, we are constantly being asked to summarize who we are and what our lives are about. Whether it’s a job interview, date, or Instagram bio, we are always having to condense our entire existence into a few short lines. The highlight reel of our lives.… Continue reading Who Even Am I?
I’m going to be completely honest; I have a nasty habit of comparing myself to other people. All the time. All day. Every day. What does this accomplish in my life? Nada. Checking social media these days basically consists of finding out who got a promotion, accepted into their dream grad school, got engaged, or… Continue reading When Comparison Tries to Steal Your Joy
Ever since I was little, I’ve always had a plan. Finish high school, go to college, meet my husband, rule the corporate world, and have perfect children… all within probably a year of graduating college. Let’s just take a second to LOL. They often say that if you want to hear God laugh, just tell… Continue reading The Past Six Months