The Foolishness of God: How I Was Called to the Mission Field

Has God every told you to do something that sounded completely and utterly foolish? I mean something that left your jaw dropped and a giant question mark floating over your head? This was my reaction when God first told me I was going on the World Race. Granted, I shouldn't have been too surprised because … Continue reading The Foolishness of God: How I Was Called to the Mission Field

3 Way to Bring Jesus Back to School With You

It's hard to believe, but the beginning of the 2017/2018 school year is just around the corner for many. This means, life is about to get busy; so busy that many will feel they have no time left over to spend with God. Today, I've compiled 3 ways (tested and approved by yours truly) in … Continue reading 3 Way to Bring Jesus Back to School With You

3 Scriptures Christians Need to Stop Misusing

  Has someone ever quoted a scripture to you that is so out of context that you are just left like:   This actually happened to me very recently and it got me to thinking about some of the scriptures that Christians misuse commonly (and yes, I have I misused them too). Though it can … Continue reading 3 Scriptures Christians Need to Stop Misusing

The Garden: Lessons Learned From Digging in the Dirt

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

My Summer 2017 Reading List

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

Women of the Bible: Esther

I've always enjoyed reading about the women of the Bible because I feel like there is so much we can glean from their stories: what to do and what not to do, how to have courage, trust God, etc. I thought it would be fun to do a little study of the women in the … Continue reading Women of the Bible: Esther

Bible Journaling Hacks for the Artistically Challenged

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