Writing from my own experiences, as well as incorporating thoughts from famous speakers such as Christine Caine, Levi Lusko, Jefferson Bethke, and others, this is a collage of learning moments I chose to expand on through writing.
I wasn't going to blog about this yet. I thought I'd just wait until I had more definitive results and then if they were GOOD results I'd type up a post and share the excitement. The only problem with that is it's not really sharing the journey...it's sharing the destination.
It's Thursday, and I graduate Saturday. With one day left for something to happen, I'm not expecting a miracle. But here's what I am expecting…
Thanks for sticking around everyone! I did not at all expect all the writing deadlines to happen at once but they did and I've been working as quickly and efficiently as possible since everything happened to…
Hey guys! So this is a little bit different of a post because I have some super exciting news to share with you.
Harper Collins mailed me a package and when I opened it I FREAKED OUT. (Before you get too excited -- no, it wasn't the book I wrote. I would really flip out then!) It was...
"If you go beyond indifferent you will awaken a response at both extremes."
"What if your shame was a bridge, not a barrier?"
In reality though, college is just equipping me for life and a learning/launching ground for whatever future is ahead of me.
Last night I read a blog written by a girl who follows Jesus and is around my age. It was focused, honest, and to the point. This afternoon I opened the Google app on my phone to search something and People had posted about this same girl.
Other than it being another crazy display of Christopher Nolan's eye for artfully telling a story, it combined what we may naively call the
So I'm sitting in one of my favorite coffee shops eating the best waffle ever and trying not to get blueberry sauce on my computer.
We are designed, image-bearers of Jesus Christ who often forget what we were created for.
Honesty can take us so far if we let it. Often we don't. I know I don't.
The other day some friends and I were sitting around chatting about what makes good relationships. Sometimes it seems to go without saying, but some aspects are easy to exclude or just forget about.
While I personally advocate for 30 hour days, I do see the good in taking a break every night after a good day of work and refreshing for the next.
I have so many passions today I didn't have four years ago simply because I tried new things I wasn't necessarily inspired by.
And while they are all successful, hardworking, amazing people (and even better friends), they each have a different view on work.
Inside scoop on my life...? I cheated on my lover. Feel free to freak out. It's a big deal. And I do it far too often.
The California sun was beating down on me, the rocky mountain in front of me looked monumental, and we'd already climbed hundreds, thousands?, of feet on what felt like a straight UPWARDS trail.
"Public victory comes from private obedience."