Before we dive into this, can we all just agree that this season of life is absolutely crazy??If you would’ve told me in January that I’d be temporarily living with my parents in March and April I would’ve told you were you crazy, but here we are. I don’t know about you, but I have […]Read More Don’t Waste Your Quarantine
My heart has been in a weird place recently, struggling to find peace and struggling with all the things happening in the world around us. Social media does not help this for me. There are too many headlines and articles and opinions and resources. I feel crowded. My brain and my heart feels crowded. Almost […]Read More Feel the things and seek the King.
In Western Christian theology, grace is “the love and mercy given to us by God because God desires us to have it, not necessarily because of anything we have done to earn it”. It is not a created substance of any kind. “Grace is favour, the free and undeserved help that God gives us to respond to his call to become children of […]Read More Learning to Leave Room for Grace
There’s a game we used to play when we were kids called “If you really knew me you would know….” You would say that statement and then fill in the blank with what they should know and the people playing with you would guess if it was true or not. So, in the spirit of […]Read More Let’s Talk Books – January
I woke up this morning and it didn’t feel like Thanksgiving. I woke up in a house of my own, with no family, and I realized that today was a different kind of Thanksgiving. We aren’t doing the normal Thanksgiving traditions we always do, plans had to change this year because some of my family […]Read More When Thanksgiving Looks Different..
I almost bought a plane ticket home to Nashville yesterday. Then I saw that they were $400 and realized that wasn’t in the budget. So I got ready to make the 13 hour long drive home. Why? Life wasn’t going my way. I was tired. Homesick. Lonely. And I just really missed my family. Why? […]Read More Discouragement Distracts You From Your Calling.
I realized last week that I’m 20. I put on a pair of jeans from high school that just don’t fit right anymore and realized I’m 20. I talked about future life plans and realized I’m 20. Well, I actually became aware that I’m almost 21. I don’t know how I feel about my twenties. […]Read More I’m 20.