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:
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!!
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.
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.
God tore down walls I didn’t even know I had this week. This is what God taught me about joy, celebration, and HIM this week!!
As my seasons change, here’s what God is teaching me about planting seeds and staying faithful in the mundane.
This is how God shifted my perspective on Valentine’s Day…
Thinking about all the ways the church has hurt people, it broke my heart. But God told me something ~ in the chaos, He made a symphony.
I’ve been thinking about what it means to receive the kingdom of God like a child. What does that look like?
Let me tell you a story .
I wrote a letter to my (potential) future husband, and in it I included what God has taught me are the qualities of a godly man ~ and what I should work on in the waiting myself.