I am currently at a crossroads in my life, one that is familiar to many people- what to do after graduation. College is an amazing time of learning and having fun and finding out who you really are and what you want in life. However, that doesn’t make the post-graduation time seem any less blurry. Continue reading “A White-and-White Issue”
I spent a year faithfully pursuing God’s will and wholeheartedly trusting in what I thought was His plan, for this? For it to be the middle of April and now everything comes crashing down? I feel like He led me through hoops and challenges to get me to stand in the perfect spot, just to pull the rug out from under me and send me crashing to the floor.
Well, we’re 5 days into this new year. As I write this, I’m sitting in a crowded Starbucks, drinking my favorite sugar-filled latte. This is about the time when most people have gone back to drinking soda, given up on the gym, and broken other corny resolutions.
A couple weeks ago, I had one of those hard conversations. You know the ones. Conversations that are long overdue, but the thought of actually bringing up the problem or the situation puts your stomach in knots. It’s almost easier to just sweep the problem under the rug than boldly confront the other person. Continue reading “Breaking Bracelets (and Chains)”
In the last few years, I’ve noticed that I often go through seasons of certainty and seasons of uncertainty, mainly when looking at future plans or decisions. There are times in my life when I know I’m exactly where I want to be, but that place does not always just occur without choices being made. Continue reading “Periods of Uncertainty”
If you had to choose a word for this new year, what would you choose? Or better yet, what would God choose for you?
There is a ‘movement’ (for lack of a better word) among Christians to pray about and choose a word for the year. This word replaces new year resolutions and serves as focus, a challenge, or support for the year. Continue reading “Why You Should Dream Bigger Dreams”