New Year, Same me and that’s okay.

I I've always been your typical New Year's Hype person. I've always approached January first with a sense of hope and anticipation that in retrospect has always just set me up for disappointment. I'll always think this year will be different. This year my life will suddenly become everything I've ever dreamed and so much more. I'll set goals … Continue reading New Year, Same me and that’s okay.

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

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

You can’t see it Now, But One Day You Will: Holding on to God’s Promises

"Read Revelation 21:1-6. What part of this promised future especially consoles or encourages you right now? Explain why." I am currently working through Beth Moore's most recent study, Entrusted, and this was the prompt given at the end of the lesson entitled, "In the Last Days." This study has been so profound and thought provoking so far, … Continue reading You can’t see it Now, But One Day You Will: Holding on to God’s Promises