I've always loved flowers; I don't know if it is because my mom has always had a flower garden or just a joy that God instilled my heart, but I've always loved them. However, I have never actually had a garden of my own because 1.) it's a lot of hard work and 2.) my … Continue reading The Garden: Lessons Learned From Digging in the Dirt
As an avid reader and a student I tend to get most of my pleasure reading done in the summer because that's when I have the most free time. Also, there's nothing like sitting out in the sunshine and reading an awesome book! Today I am going to share with your the top 5 books … Continue reading My Summer 2017 Reading List
Just over a year ago, I accidentally stumbled upon the world of creative worship while mindlessly scrolling through Pinterest (don't judge me). I was instantly captivated by the gorgeously scripted words, stunning paintings, and clever uses of various mediums to create worship. I immediately knew that I too wanted to do this Bible journaling thing, … Continue reading Bible Journaling Hacks for the Artistically Challenged
*Just a warning: today I'm going to step on some toes. I'm beginning to see a trend in modern Christianity that is very alarming. It seems that people are starting to lose sight of who God is. I'm seeing so many people, especially millennials (and yes, I am a millennial too), putting on the … Continue reading God Doesn’t Need You
How often do you read your Bible? Up until about a year ago, I only cracked my Bible open for the Sunday morning service at my church. There were some days when I would read a passage or two, but usually I just came up with reasons not to: I'm too tired, there isn't enough … Continue reading What Happens When You Read Your Bible Everyday?
Identity, or one's sense of self, is one of Satan's favorite areas of life to target. He loves to twist your perception of yourself until you see yourself as so messed up that you believe nothing positive could ever come from your life; his goal is to distract you from who God has created you … Continue reading Identity Crisis: Who Does the Bible Say I Am?
Being a Christian does not make you immune to the troubles and trials of life; however, it does mean that God will be there to comfort you and guide you through the hard times. I have compiled five scriptures that I have personally found to be comforting in my times of need; scriptures that, … Continue reading Five Scripture to Read When You’re in Need of Comfort