A few months ago, I was overjoyed with the newness that was about to be planted at my feet. My mind was rooted in a place of, “I can do this because I am a christian and because I am in contact with the Lord, things will work out beautifully, perfectly and it will be … Continue reading What Kind Of God Would Allow Us To Hurt?
I have been sulking in the chair of self moderation while stretching my legs out for the footrest of approval. It’s an easy chair to sit on and the footrest begs for you to put your legs upon it but it’s not the seat we were ever meant to sit in. My favorite word of … Continue reading To Be Untrue To Who God Created You To Be
“The thing you are most afraid to write. Write that.” -advice to young writers I have been attempting to rid that quote from my head for about a month now with no luck granted. This topic is linked with fear in my heart solely because of the reaction and disengagement a convicted reader may have … Continue reading The Boundaries of The Beholder
These are scrabbled, somewhat related thoughts but here’s my most authentic and least structured blog post to date. This photo also has nothing to do with anything. Here’s to being a human, enjoy! There is an ongoing place in my heart that fights daily over pointing others to who I am rather than pointing others to … Continue reading Scattered Thoughts
I have written a fair amount of articles on dating, on marriage, on relationships between two human beings but the number is lessened when counting those I have written on the absence of it all. And I want to fix that because although I agree with all my past writings, I believe there are more than … Continue reading A Letter To Young Women | We Are Already Brides
I find there is an immense amount of pressure, especially within the society of generation y, to have the gospel figured out in total. In other words there is a growing pressure to be able to comprehend the incomprehensible. It is strange that the sin motioning around in our hearts is so deep that we … Continue reading Struggling With The Gospel
You gave me the sunset, but I asked for the clouds. You gifted me a symphony of love, but I longed, a simple sound. You passed on to me the seas, but I wanted only a drop of rain. You delivered a resolution, but I felt as I needed, only a temporary cure of pain. You donated … Continue reading A Poem Called A Cup Half Way Full
I have seen hundreds of articles on what you should say, wear and think during sorority recruitment. I am not writing this as a twenty-one year old who has viewed both sides of the week-long process. I am writing as an eighteen year old who is going through the first side of the exciting, draining, joyous, … Continue reading Rushing To The Cross