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 struggle with imposter’s syndrome big-time. But God reminded me of a Bible story this week to battle that mindset, and it hit me like a ton of bricks:
Life is all over the place right now. But that’s what life is. And to trap it in a box the size of a blog post would be wrong.
So here are all the little things God has taught me this week (along with some goofy moments with Lily;)
Here’s what I learned sharing the real gospel with Mormons and staying in Salt Lake City for a week.
From a boutique (Salt & Gold Collection) I follow on Instagram:
“Setting Barabbas free makes no sense until you realize, Barabbas is me.”
This is quite the adventure. I don’t feel qualified, honestly.
But I do know that Jesus is enough when I am not. So here’s to stepping into deeper waters and pursuing Christ in the unknown–in this crazy new life as an author.
I challenge you: this Monday, look for God. Look for his blessings in the mundane. Jeremiah 29:13 says, “You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.” Seek for God even when it is difficult. And I promise, God will be there, even on Mondays.
How much mercy can Christ give? Here’s a short story from a few months ago—all about the immeasurable grace that Jesus gives his children.
Don’t be ashamed of the simplicity of your faith. There are things in the Bible that are complicated, but Christ’s love for us is not. It is a reckless, eternal, unconditional love that never stops—and no love is as simple and incredible as that.
Ten years ago, I wrote my first book. I was 7 years old. Now, I’m writing my first blog. Here’s what you can expect from it: