Healing is slow and hard and frustrating sometimes. Here’s what God reminded me this week as I wrestle through it:
Man, life has been different the last few months. So much has happened, I almost don’t know where to begin. But I think this afternoon I owe you a bit of an explanation as to why I took a break from blogging.
I haven’t had the words to express what life is like lately (psht that’s a first haha). But as I step into this new season and a new relationship, this is what God has been teaching me:
My car didn’t start on Thursday, so I walked to work. On the way I had a super cool conversation with God. This is what He taught me about wisdom!
Do you live a life sold out, crazy, bananas for Jesus?
When I asked that question, did you feel just a tinge of guilt? Because I always do. And this is what God has taught me about that tinge of guilt. This blog is for you!
I wrote a short story about Joseph of Arimathea and his experience wrapping Jesus’s body after the crucifixion. I hope it puts the gospel into perspective for you this weekend. He is risen!!
I think God has called me into a sort of desert season. And I just want to encourage you: if you’re in a weird dry season like me, keep your chin up.
Flowers bloom on cactuses, too.
Every week, I go through each day, taking notes on all the things God is teaching me. Then on Saturday mornings, I pull out all my produce, chop it up in nice bite-sized pieces, and present it to my audience like some demented chef.
What a terrible thing to take God’s feast and make it to-go.
No part of singleness is about being single. Here’s what God has taught me about relationships and singleness the last few months:
It’s so easy to put more hope in a dream than in the God who gave me that dream to begin with. But nothing can fill my heart like Jesus does.