Musings

Surrendering Graciously

Surrendering graciously. That’s an oxymoron in my life. Often when God asks me to surrender things, I give it up kicking and screaming. I try to take it back soon after I give it up. In this season, I’ve had to surrender some things like my five year plan. I mean, it got thrown far… Continue reading Surrendering Graciously

Musings

For Upcoming Freshman…

You’ve graduated high school. Congratulations! That’s a big deal. Now you’re off to a new adventure. College. That word triggers feelings of excitement for some people and feelings of terror for others. Freshman year… That brings a myriad of emotions to mind-fear, excitement, tentativeness and bravery. Freshman year is awkward and transformative. You’ll never have… Continue reading For Upcoming Freshman…

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The Very Worst Missionary

I just finished this book by Jamie Wright. 10/10 would recommend reading with a grain of salt. She has some good points, but there is some shaky theology. She also uses some language so if Christians using language makes you mad just read the highlights and not the book. Here are the things I pulled… Continue reading The Very Worst Missionary

Sunday Musings

The Summer God Pushed Me Out of My Comfort Zone and Taught Me More About Who He Wants Me To Be

This summer has been a great and challenging one. I feel about two years behind my peers. Most of the people I graduated with are getting married, moving on from their first “real” adult job, or having kids. I, on the other hand, don’t know what the dickens I’m going to next. This summer, God… Continue reading The Summer God Pushed Me Out of My Comfort Zone and Taught Me More About Who He Wants Me To Be

Musings

Half-ish of the Way to Brave

This journey to brave is challenging me and teaching me more about my Creator. Here’s some thoughts about what I’ve learned so far. Dream in Pieces. Where you are today is made up of little steps and brave decisions sprinkled through your life so far. God gives us our dreams in pieces because we would… Continue reading Half-ish of the Way to Brave