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 Word in the words

             I love books. I love reading. I love writing. I love words. I always have.              I'm fascinated by the different meanings that words can have, the different ways that people interpret words and verses. I love to compare and contrast different verses and writing styles. I love dialogue. I love poetry. I love … Continue reading The Word in the words

Free from Fear

            This is what my journal looks like this morning. With my lack of artistic handwriting, it's rough, messy, jagged, real... me.             One of my greatest life struggles has always been fear. Not of the dark, not of being alone, not of current circumstances, but fear of the unknown, fear of the completely imagined … Continue reading Free from Fear