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.
When I got to college, I kept hearing everyone talk about the importance of having a mentor. I didn't really know what that meant, but it sounded good to me. Read more below to see the impact my mentors have had on me.
My second semester of college I decided to get lunch with a stranger every week and it turned into some really unbelievable friendships. Read more below!
The stories I could tell from my Creative Writing courses are endless, but I'll tell you two... and they have to do with deforestation and LARPing. Yep. Read more below!
Recently, I read a book that taught me so much about prayer that's been really impactful. What does your prayer life look like? I would love to hear below!
Click the link to read about a handy tip I just learned about that has impacted my prayers significantly.
A phenomenal book written by a phenomenal human, Lauren Kinney!
Do you love a high school senior? Get them this book before they head off to college. I wish I had read something like this before my freshman year.
Get your copy of Unshakeable today! ALL proceeds today go to a family that has recently lost their father / husband in a tragic accident. Link to book in bottom of my review!
I've been feeling a little bit frustrated with myself during quarantine for not getting more done, but what I've failed to remember is the grace Jesus has freely given us. Read more below!
This past week has been hard between finals, work, and just feeling drained, but I squeezed in some time to write an assignment for my writing class with Bob Goff. So here it is!
Last year, I saw one of my roommates reading this book, and she raved about it. I finally got around to getting my own copy and reading it for myself! And wow was I blown away. Hinds' Feet on High Places was written by Hannah Hurnard in 1955. The visual journey the book takes you [...]
In this moment when it feels like so much has been stripped from us, maybe we can take this time to prune what is around us with a purpose to get a better glimpse of Jesus.