It Can’t Remain Unredeemed: The Impact of the Letter From the Man Who Killed My Parents

I don't even know where to begin. Tears truly roll down my face as I write these words. Within mere hours of publishing last week's post it became the most viewed article that I have ever written. But that is what it so amazing to me, I didn't write it. By the end of the day, … Continue reading It Can’t Remain Unredeemed: The Impact of the Letter From the Man Who Killed My Parents

The Answer is Prayer 

You guys, the last two weeks have been ridiculously busy so today I'm sharing my post from this week on Daughter of Delight.  Be sure to check out their website and follow them on Instagram! I get so much encouragement every day. Have a fun and safe 4th of July everyone! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sometimes we're begging, God, please … Continue reading The Answer is Prayer 

When God Convicts: Learning to trust the Correction of God

Conviction is tough. Sometimes it is hard to accept when God is convicting you of sin, no matter how big or small that sin may be. As Christians, we always want to please God, and when He tells us Himself that there is something we need to change or remove from our lives completely, it … Continue reading When God Convicts: Learning to trust the Correction of God

In the Arms of Abba; allowing God to be my Father

Abba:  The word Abba is an Aramaic word that would most closely be translated as “Daddy." It signifies the close, intimate relationship of a father to his child, as well as the childlike trust that a young child puts in her “daddy.” A month before my parents passed away, I was betrayed by someone who I considered … Continue reading In the Arms of Abba; allowing God to be my Father