Wow. Hi! It’s been 11 months since my last blog post- but never once did I think about abandoning the blog- instead I actually wrote several blogs and never published them due to fears of being vulnerable and feeling insufficient (all lies from the enemy). I had no intentions of writing today, but as I… Read More Happy New Year
Today as I was scrolling through instagram, a photo of a 16 carat ring next to a cup of coffee caught my attention. I clicked on the picture and creeped on her page for longer than I should have. I came across a post of hers that said, “I do not celebrate xmas, but I… Read More Loving the World
We need more “Christians” to follow God. There, I said it. A lot of us have a heart for God but aren’t willing to give up our selfish desires to do what He says. The Lord says, “If you love me, you will obey me.” (John 14:23). That verse shouldn’t be overlooked. I remember… Read More We Need More Christians to Follow God
What does your Christian walk look like? Is it going to church on Sundays? Attending the weekly student ministry service? Tweeting bible verses? Opening your bible once a week? If your life looks ordinary, then you are not making the most of your religion. If your life looks like the life of a non-believer, then… Read More Walking with God
happy blogiversary to me! A year ago today, I published my very first blog post. It would only be fitting if I published another one today. So, here it goes.
About a year ago, right after I published my first blog post, a girl messaged me and said, “I read your post on God and was wondering, what process did you go through to find The Lord because I have gone to church and I pray about it but seem to get nothing.” Her exact… Read More It’s Not God, It’s You
Today is such a good day! My cousin Jeremy, who is currently in jail and has been since July 3rd 2013, is getting baptized on Saturday! Jeremy is my age. We are only 2 months apart, which has made us have a very strong relationship all throughout the years. I visit him once a week,… Read More Clean Slate