The In-Between

And today is Saturday.No more mockeryNo more crowdsThere is quiet.Only yesterday Jesus perished on that crossWith a crown of thorns driven into his scalpAnd nails driven through his hands and feetAll because of his imperishable L o v eFor usAnd his faithfulness to fulfill his promises.Drenched in blood and tearsHe hung thereGasping for air.God made... Continue Reading →

Holy Remembrance

I have been pondering lately how the moments when our souls truly remember our holy God are the moments when incredible, stunning, and ground-breaking change can happen. This pondering began last year. I was in a season where I felt empty inside and numb. There were consecutive losses and events in my life that brought... Continue Reading →

Prayers: a collection

| Take Heart | Lord Jesus, Remind us that the highlighted issues in the world today are all heart problems ...and spirit problems. Remind us that each battle we are facing is not against flesh and blood but against cosmic powers and spiritual forces of evil... Ephesians 6:12. You say in John 16:33 that "In... Continue Reading →

A Letter to My Pre-Pandemic Self

I wrote a letter to my pre-pandemic "March 1st Self" . I think there is something beautiful and healing about processing pain along with acknowledging all the God has done...and remembering him. I'd love to share a snapshot of my journey with you in hopes that you'll feel inspired to reflect and remember God, too.... Continue Reading →

A l i g n m e n t

Friend, I'm going to start this post by sharing what I've struggled with in this season of my life. Then, I'm going to share how God has been speaking to me through the struggle. The struggles have looked like wrestling through tensions of: --> rejoicing in what God has done // feeling anxious about tomorrow.... Continue Reading →

A Garden Analogy

Hi friend, Today it became so overwhelmingly clear to me that God has been teaching me something. It's kinda like a puzzle because he has been revealing small pieces to a bigger picture a little bit at a time. He may not be finished yet, but I wanted to invite you into the process. It... Continue Reading →

Look Up

I recently received the news that my month-long missions trip to Israel in May is canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A wave of disappointment and heartache rushed over me in that moment. The more I processed the news, the more loss I felt and still feel. Honestly, I think God wants us to grieve... Continue Reading →

A Gospel Analogy

The other day I was sitting outside with a journal in hand, and suddenly became very cold. I was just about to get up and seek warmth inside, but before I did, I sensed God say to me that not knowing him is to be cold...  And like any person who is feeling discomfort because of... Continue Reading →

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