“And He said unto them, The sabbath was made for man, and not man for the sabbath…” (Mark 2: 27) Continue reading Sunday Thoughts: Peace, Rest, and Sabbath
One Way I’m Working on My Marriage Continue reading One Way I’m Working on My Marriage
Celebrating 500 followers! + My top ten tips for building a following: Continue reading Celebrating 500 Followers!
I shared this on my other social media platforms yesterday. I thought some of you might appreciate it, too. *Warning: Politics headed your way. I won’t be offended in the least if you scroll on by. Continue reading The Middle
I recently accepted a request to work with the young children in my local church. Not much has changed, as we are still largely virtual due to the pandemic. But, I’ve been thinking about what I would say to the … Continue reading Sunday Thoughts: How Identity Impacts Your Relationships
What does it mean to be anchored? Continue reading I Am Anchored
Life is BOTH hard and good. This year has been likewise. I’m not a perfect singer by any means, but I found these words on my heart, and I wanted to share them with you. Continue reading Jesus Is In Our Boat
Have you ever written a letter to your past or future self? Today I have a little bit of a twist for you… Continue reading A Letter from My Post-Pandemic Self
If you were to write a book about this year, what would you call it? Or, better yet, what is the number one lesson you have learned so far? Continue reading Come As You Are
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, but I hoped you would love it as much as I do! If you have a shout-out to support a friend or a good cause, or own a start-up that you hope to make a difference with, we’d love to hear about it in the comments below. Make sure to tell us why it means so much to you! Continue reading Monday Mention: O’ So Good Olive Oil
Dear Diary, We have so much to catch up on, I don’t know where to start! First things first, Joe ran 100 miles. Yep. You heard that right. 100 miles… Continue reading Dear Diary: 100 Miles, Pumpkin Cupcakes, & Hobbies with Kids
My postpartum mental health landed more toward the “postpartum anxiety” end of the spectrum. It took me a long time to seek help, because I felt like things were only serious if I had a suicidal thought… Continue reading My Experience with Suicidal Thoughts
One of the doctrines I’m most passionate about is grace. Not just God’s mercy, and unconditional love, but God’s power to be the best version of myself, and to keep trying. Because, although I am fallen, I am also redeemed… Continue reading Sunday Thoughts: Worth, Worthiness, Heaven & Spirituality
Of all the things we hope to teach our children, especially in today’s emotionally-charged climate, the number one thing that they remember is our love. Continue reading Feels Like Love
I recently attended a virtual class about creating habits that stick. The instructor (and incidentally one of my favorite humans on the planet), Monica Packer, asked a question that really stood out to me – who am I without the proof? Continue reading Who Am I Without the Proof?