Thoughts on Joshua Harris From A Kid Raised in 90’s Church Culture

One thing that really fascinates me is looking at the generalized characteristics of each generation – observing what they have lived through and the cultural events that have shaped them, partially responsible for making them who they are. For my generation of childhood church-goers (millennials), we were raised in a world of kissing dating goodbye … More Thoughts on Joshua Harris From A Kid Raised in 90’s Church Culture

Living and Leading Well: What’s the difference?

Growing up, I was always the one in charge. On the playground, in my circle of friends, singing, dancing, or acting at church, playing games or sports, and being the oldest sibling – especially in our house. My mom used to call me “Queen Bee”, and even though I didn’t particularly come across as “bossy” … More Living and Leading Well: What’s the difference?

Why Must I Suffer?

Honestly, sometimes life flat out sucks. Sometimes it’s hard and messy and it doesn’t make sense and crappy things happen to really, genuinely good people doing great things in this world. It just leaves you knowing that there has to be so much more than the brokenness. It’s okay for me to sit and cry … More Why Must I Suffer?

Give them grace.

It’s so important to remember that we’re all just people. Whether you’re thinking a lot of someone or a little, they’re just a person at the core. Fatally flawed. And if they’re anything like most of us, they’re fighting the flaw that is innately their nature in order to be so much more. Give them grace.