Today is April Fools. Most of us are quarantined together in our homes due for the COVID-19 pandemic which for me means I need to constantly watch my back and not believe anything my brothers tell me. 😉 Recently, I’ve had God lay a message on my heart and I didn’t know in what context… Continue reading Not an April Fools Prank.
Just thinking about how many songs of worship and inspiration will be born out of this time. Just thinking about how many words writers will be able to finally place on a page – words that only took the solitude and quiet to come to fruition. Just thinking about how many backsliders will come home,… Continue reading More Than Just a Quarantine.
Hello sweet friends, Today I wanted to share a fun little project I did recently. Many of us are stuck at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic and are looking for something to do. All of the materials I used were items I had at home, so hopefully you have the materials to do this… Continue reading Spring Bouquet.
“I just want life to go back to normal.” I repeated these words to myself as I pondered how quickly things have changed. It’s Thursday. I was supposed to be crunch studying for a lab test I shouldn’t have been crunch studying for. I was supposed to be running through a speech a thousand times… Continue reading Forever Changed | My Heart on COVID-19.
A few years ago I connected with Georgia Brown on social media. I was immediately inspired by her passion for life and love for Jesus + others. Today I have the beautiful privilege of sharing an interview with this one of a kind soul! I pray you are as inspired by her as I am.… Continue reading Interview with Georgia Brown / Social Media, Sunflowers, Faith, and Friends!
How do I spend time with Jesus AND get good grades? This was a question I asked myself before entering college. I knew two things for sure: I was about to enter into an incredibly challenging season and I couldn’t do it without Jesus. During my first semester of college, my time with Jesus looked… Continue reading Balancing College and Jesus Time.
Thank you Lord that your plans are better than mine. If there’s anything I’ve learned through this messy, beautiful, heart-wrenching, vulnerable, tangible, hope-filled journey of life, it’s that my plans will not always happen like I want them to. And thank God for that. One of my favorite quotes by Katie Davis (Majors) is: “God… Continue reading Wrecked, Shattered, and Put Back Together / Mexico Missions Trip (Winter Break)