Most people living in Nashville are transplants. Growing up in Denver where natives are so rare they pridefully represent with bumper stickers, I’ve been familiar with this culture most of my life. These aren’t cities where people grow up and grow old. They are cities people flock to when they are escaping their small town […]Read More
A 3am thunderstorm was raging outside. I was neither sleeping well nor spiritually peaceful, the physical reality outside reflecting the chaos of my inner world. I rolled out of bed, grabbed my Bible, and started boiling some water for a cup of tea. It seemed there was no chance of the storm calming down outside. […]Read More
Dear Single Men, I see you. Serving, worshipping, working hard, laughing, loving people, chasing after Jesus. I didn’t always notice you. I wondered if there were any good guys left. The ones I did see all seemed to have wedding rings or a girl on their arm. I’m so sorry. I see you now. I admire you. […]Read More
Disclaimer: After talking with friends one night about those of us who seem to be perpetually single within the Church, I started writing a letter to encourage the single men in my community. However, I quickly realized I couldn’t challenge them before I admonish women. I and my fellow sisters have most certainly contributed to […]Read More
I was still trying to sort through God’s plans and muster the faith to move across the country to an unknown city, a friend considering the same kind of leap. We were on a walk one fall afternoon, watching the sun set behind the Rocky Mountains, when she said, “I don’t know… If I were […]Read More
Manna. I’m not praying for it. If you ask me to pray for proverbial manna from heaven, I will not. You’ve been forewarned. And I say that with so much love in my heart. I’ve often heard people ask God to send “manna.” Manna from heaven like God gave the Israelites in the desert. It […]Read More
And I am certain that God, who began the good work within you, will continue his work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns. Philippians 1:6 I like to know how things end. If I’m binging a new-to-me tv show, I’m the person who will google what happens with each […]Read More
I’m not typically a chatty person. Some people are, and that’s great. Some people repeat themselves more than necessary, some have a lot of new and wonderful words to say, and some just love the sound of their own voices. I, on the other hand, tend to only say what I absolutely need to, and […]Read More
“Don’t believe everything you see.” I woke up with this thought in my head this morning… A gentle instruction from the Lord, and a sweet reminder that faith is the assurance of what we do NOT see. When God speaks, we won’t often see those promises unfold right away, and most of the time, our […]Read More
A quick stop at the grocery store after a full day. I just needed a couple things before a party. But driving out of the unfamiliar neighborhood I was in, Google Maps got confused as per usual and sent me in a big circle. Then I got stuck behind every possible human out for their […]Read More
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