You may or not be familiar with the story biblical account of the holiday known as Easter, but that is the inspiration behind this post. At the time I began writing this, it was Holy Week, and I've delayed posting it due to getting way too caught up in my studies to make time to… Continue reading Choosing Barabbas
I think we all like to think (or at least pretend) we have our lives together. We act like we are more put together than our neighbors when deep down inside, we know we are not. Friends, it’s time to wipe off this facade. Stop pretending you are perfect! Look, just because you’re a Christian,… Continue reading Chasing God, Not Perfection.
Anyone who knows me knows that I've always been pretty good at being- or at least acting optimistic and cheery. Before I truly found God, however, this optimism was often a façade; I acted optimistic in order to feel better about my life and hide my true feelings from the world. Once I made my relationship… Continue reading Chronically Optimistic
If you're anything like me, you're probably obsessed with all things The Greatest Showman. I could talk for hours about how much I love everything about this movie- from the music, the choreography, the casting, the costuming, everything. Despite that wee fan-girl moment you just witnessed, this blog post is not a movie review. It… Continue reading From Now On…
As a person with a chronic illness of the autonomic nervous system, I've had to make many adjustments & try different treatment plants. It's a battle, but it's a battle I'm willing to fight. Since creating this blog, I have joined some online communities of other Christian bloggers my age. Many of these ladies also… Continue reading Dear Dysautonomia
"Why do you wear that bracelet?" "What does it mean to you?" "Are you Sober?" I know what you're probably thinking after reading the title of this post, but it's not what you think. This post is talking about sobriety, but I'm not referring to alcohol sobriety, per se. I will say, my inspiration for… Continue reading Living Sober
"Where do you go to school?" "The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor." "Ohhhh, Baylor, wow!" "Uh, no, not Baylor." "Sic 'em bears!" "Well actually..." This is a conversation I have pretty much anytime I meet new people or go home. No one has heard of my little school (that I love). Those that have heard of… Continue reading Why I Chose to Attend a Private University
I am the vessel, Christ is my anchor.
*** A/N: This blog post is from the fall of 2016, when I began my fundraiser to go on a mission trip to the UK. Last summer (2017), God made that happen. I have been called to return this coming summer, so the sentiment of this post still rings true. The shirts mentioned in this… Continue reading A Faithful Challenge: I Have Been Called. 
Growing up in the church, I often heard people speak of their testimonies, or the story of their relationship with God, at church and camps, but it wasn't until fairly recently that I realized how much impact their words can have on me. Most preachers or church camp speakers mention their testimony… Continue reading The Testimony Effect