Social media can be used for God’s kingdom, but how? Here’s my recent convictions on using Instagram well:
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.
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.
I chose to write down all the lies I’ve been believing about myself, then write the truth God says about me right next to it. If you need to be reminded who God says you are, read this.
As my seasons change, here’s what God is teaching me about planting seeds and staying faithful in the mundane.
I visited Lutheran for the first time since I graduated last week. It got me thinking:
If I could tell my freshman self anything, what would I say?
I’m sorry Jesus for these big ugly walls.
“Beloved, if I can break down the walls of the grave, don’t you think I can break down the walls guarding your heart?”
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.