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Tag Archives: faith
Please Let the Storm Pass
God. Beloved. The wind is so strong. I am stronger. I’m getting nervous. Perfect love casts out fear. I’m cold, I’m alone. I’m right here. It can’t rain, not here, not now. Be still. But the raindrops have already arrived. … Continue reading
When There’s Only Silence
God, I talked to You today. I mustered up some courage that has been absent, laid my pride at my side, and ordered my distractions to bother someone else for a change. I still couldn’t really look You in the … Continue reading
If Emotional Scars Were Visible
What if emotional scars were visible? Would we tread on sensitive subjects with feather-like grace? Would we think twice about the way we pass judgement? Would compassion flow freely from our lips? Would grace drench our conversations? Would we more … Continue reading
The Porcelain Doll
Two whole years without makeup, y’all. It’s time to celebrate. Check out my video here!
Can We Stop Living For Marriage?
It seems like the whole world is obsessed with finding a spouse. You know what I mean, though, right? Tell me you see it, too. Maybe you see it in your friends or maybe you’ve realized it for yourself, but … Continue reading
Posted in College, Struggles Tagged Christian relationships, College, contentment, dating, engagement, faith, God, husband, life, love, marriage, truth, wife 3 Comments
I can’t dream. I cannot allow myself to want to go white water rafting, or own a porch swing, or write a book, or get married, or cook an actual [appetizing] meal, or own a boat, or ride in a hot … Continue reading
Posted in College, Struggles Tagged comfort zone, corinthians, dreams, faith, God, grace, i can't, leap of faith, love, perfection, pride, self-image, weakness 2 Comments
Prayers for Paris (and Lebanon and Baghdad)
“Why does God let bad things happen to good people?” Let me start by telling you the truth: I don’t have the answer to this question. I don’t have the answer to this question because God isn’t right here next to me, … Continue reading