Wow, it’s been a minute since I exercised my writing muscles. And by a minute, I mean it’s been over two years. I don’t want to pretend like any of my readers have stuck around that long. But if any of you have, my prayer is that you’ll be seeing more of me in 2024. Writing again is one . . .
I was reading through the story of Adam and Eve (Genesis 2:19-4:2) and it struck me from a different angle this time. I honestly love how you can read the same passage over and over and each time God reveals something different. This time, God revealed to me how influential we as women are to our . . .
There’s been many times I have sat down to write and my words have come out harsh, disagreeable, and, admittedly, quite the opposite of the message I knew that God wanted me to share. I’ve prayed over how to discuss the political climate of our nation (USA, for those reading elsewhere) for months . . .
Now as they went on their way, Jesus entered a village. And a woman named Martha welcomed him into her house. And she had a sister called Mary, who sat at the Lord's feet and listened to his teaching. But Martha was distracted with much serving. And she went up to him and said, "Lord, do you not . . .
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I feel like it’s been long overdue since we’ve had this discussion, but, well, it’s a hard one to have so if I’m being completely honest, I’ve been avoiding it. I have read my fair share of modesty blog posts and most of them make me want to scream “What I wear is not your business!” at the top of . . .
I’ve mentioned before how important relationships are, and recently discussed how friendships are so important for your faith. I think as we get older it becomes easier to befriend people of all ages and not really see age, or different stages of life, as a barrier between whether or not we can have . . .