There is a particular truth that is harder for us than most other truths to grasp. It’s probably because we were created and designed for community and when sin creeps in and does what it does with it’s toxic and deadly venom, we shrink back in a helplessly broken cower tangled in paralyzed fear over … More What Do You Do When People Break Your Heart?
It’s really interesting entering into a brand new decade and leaving one behind. I’ve never experienced it as an adult, and now with the age of social media, it seems people are reflecting and sharing a lot more. What’s even more interesting is that for me, this new decade marks an exact decade since being … More 10 Things I’ve Learned in the 10 Years Since My Cancer Diagnosis
It’s January. A part of me loves that and a part of me is irritated by it. It’s overwhelming to think that the magical tick-tock of a clock that has ushered us not only into a new year, but a fresh decade, could possibly be the magic code to unearthing all we’ve ever wanted to … More New Year, New Me
The whole world spins around celebrating love, not realizing You are Love and it’s You that is to be celebrated. We get on our phones and post our pictures and forget what it must of been like to behold heaven on earth. God among us. And now, God within us. In this moment, I am … More Clinched Fists And Christmas
It’s an upside down theory that contradicts everything our society tries to tell us, but when we look at our lives as believers and we look at the gospel, I can’t help but frame the question: Maybe we were actually meant to suffer? Most of the time, what God calls us to is not glamorous. … More Were We Actually Meant To Suffer?
One of my favorite things is having conversations with people who are older and wiser than I am. There is immense value in learning from someone who has lived a full life; they have perspective that is impossible for anyone else to posses because it only comes with time and experience. An interesting and precious … More The Gospel and Church Attendance
We’re so good at it, this putting on a smile and flinging our arms wide open for a hug or reaching out for a handshake. Instinctively asking people how they are without actually walking away from the conversation knowing what’s going on in their world. We’re so good at making people feel like they’ve been … More The Most Important Question In Life