This year I transitioned jobs 3 times: Missionary in the Netherlands, Government/Charity Liaison for the state of Texas, and Fundraiser for an educational nonprofit in Austin. The most difficult transition has been moving from “field staff” to “administrative staff.” What I mean by that is,
2,299,142. Refresh. 2,299,154. As of May 22, 2016 at 7:30 PM, that is the number of times the hashtag #relationshipgoals has been used on Instagram. If you have managed to escape the internet in the past year, let me fill you in:
Alright, married ladies, I’m talking to you today. I’m going to start off with a contentious statement that I’m sure will ruffle not just a few feathers: we do not have enough sex with our husbands.
Logically, I know after reading God’s word that surrendering all to the Lord will be the best thing I ever do…
God. Do you see me? Do you care? Are you even there?
Silence. Think about it, how often is it absolutely 100% quiet? In my life, I think the answer is almost never.
Have you ever just looked up one day and suddenly been awed by your surroundings? This is something I’ve dealt with for years, and to be honest, the cycle itself can be very discouraging. Learning to find my joy in the consistent character of Jesus, when all I want to do is crawl in my […]
I’ve always been a pretty fantastic storyteller. Although my mother would probably call it “embellisher” or “drama-queen” or something like that, but I prefer storyteller- it sounds more legitimate. Even when I was just a little nugget, I had a knack for making up elaborate stories
Alone time. It has a beautiful ring to it, doesn’t it? Sometimes, retreating from others gives us space to grieve and grow, to process, to heal, and to listen to God’s still, small voice.
The alarm clock goes off and after hitting the snooze button 5 times, I know the time has come when I must face the world. I rush into the shower, scramble to pack the lunch I should’ve put together the night before, sit down to spend a quick moment with God while my hair dries, […]