Dear friend going through sorority recruitment, I'm thinking about you and praying for you during this time. Every August, my mind always jumps to thoughts about those going through recruitment so soon. It's already crazy enough to be moving to a new city and beginning your college career, but to also throw in recruitment can [...]
We all can agree on the simple fact that 2020-2021 hasn't exactly been the season we planned or hoped for. We've lost people we loved. Jobs have been lost, hard decisions have been made, and often it feels like there's no gas left to put in our tanks. We're running on empty. I've been thinking [...]
I work at an addiction treatment center and it’s pretty much my favorite place in the entire world. Women walk through our doors to receive the help they need. None of them look alike. None of them have the same story, but they have a common thread: addiction wreaking havoc on their lives. I’ve had [...]
366 verses talking about fear are included in the Bible. Did you know that? God cares so deeply about the details that He included 366 verses, one for each day, about not fearing. God weaves the story for His people so intricately, make no mistake about it. I'm a sucker for details. I think they're [...]
Thursday, December 10 Psalms 43:3-5 “Put your hope in God, for I will yet praise Him, my Savior and my God.” I felt a little down this week. I thought about ways I could shift my perspective in the days to follow and decided I was going to only listen to worship music on my [...]
We love to worry. Well, we hate to worry, still we do it. We worry and it doesn't change anything. It just makes me overthink what is out of control. "Relinquish power to the Creator of the universe," I have to tell myself over and over. I cannot control a pandemic; however, I can control the way I act during this season. The problem here is I feel like we don't know what to do with these moments of pressing pause. We were running 100 mph and now we are forced to go the speed limit. The voices surrounding us have been limited, so we fill our mind with our own anxiety-ridden voice.