The Grace to Gather Again

The Grace to Gather Again

I have often said that when things feel overwhelming and chaotic on the outside, I will turn to the things inside that make it feel normal again. What kind of things? My favorite Bible verses, television shows, and books, among other things. It’s possible that...
What Will You Choose to Remember?

What Will You Choose to Remember?

I wrote this blog post towards the end of the summer, but reposting it now might be a good thing. Reading through it tonight, almost half a year later, was a little surreal and these words still apply. Back in July I thought Covid and everything that came with it...
Love Conquers All, at Christmas and Always

Love Conquers All, at Christmas and Always

It’s Christmas week, dear friends. The week when we’ve hopefully finished up shopping and wrapping gifts and can slow down to reflect on the year, grateful for all God has done. When we celebrate the birth of our Savior. When we gather together to...
Why Living a Life of Intentional Gratitude Works

Why Living a Life of Intentional Gratitude Works

Things are difficult right now. This week families all over the world are either being forced to cancel their Thanksgiving gatherings or are choosing to do so. Things feel bleak and blah and not anywhere near how it should be this time of year. And while it’s...
When Church Is Messy (Part Two)

When Church Is Messy (Part Two)

This post, y’all. I’ve been putting it off – sometimes it’s tough to write without sounding like a bossy know-it-all. Especially when you’re writing about controversial things. Those of you who know me well know there are plenty of things...
In Honor of Mental Health Day

In Honor of Mental Health Day

This is a post I wrote last year on my old blog, and when I realized that tomorrow is World Mental Health Day again, thought it’d be good to share it over here. I hope it helps you or if there’s someone you know who might need to read it, please share. ...