New city, new weather, new sights and sounds, new freeways to get used to, new coffee shoppes, new job, new neighborhood, new culture, new church, new everything. When you first move away from home, it can become a little overwhelming. There are emotions and setbacks you face that no one nor any course could have … More Dear Friend who moved away from Home,
In her book, Here Now, Kate Merrick writes, “Let’s enter into the real life of right here, right now.” Let’s live presently in the lives that we have been given. “We are meant to breathe in today, and only today.” A friend recently messaged me and encouraged me to share my heart when it comes … More Here Now. Social Media Later.
It’s been quite some time since I’ve written a blogpost, but I have a good reason for such. For the last several months, I’ve been working on the second version of my devotional, Through the Morning Fog, releasing November 1st. While writing this book, I decided to share a lot of my own personal stories, … More Saying Goodbye to the Comfort Zone
Search my heart And, if anything displeases You Help me to surrender It back to you. this is my simple prayer.
as humans, the wait is almost incomprehensible something that makes our hearts unsteady as we nervously watch the clock countdown as life seems to slip on by. as humans, the wait is almost painful something that beckons our hearts to be still as we anxiously wonder will life’s clock tick on by. but, here, here … More wait.
there is more danger in pretending it’s alright than allowing yourself to feel and recognize it’s okay not to be okay sometimes, it takes everything inside of us to whisper to God as we try to hold it together and, that’s okay God doesn’t expect us to leap into worship joyfully through the pain Instead, … More Held.