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

Free to Be Free: Breaking the Chains of Religion, Anxiety, and the Disease to Please

  Tyler bought me this bracelet months ago. When I first read the quote, it honestly brought tears to my eyes. I know what it's like to be "perfect," or at least give the illusion that I am. And I know how it feels to be free from that burden. My entire childhood I was the … Continue reading Free to Be Free: Breaking the Chains of Religion, Anxiety, and the Disease to Please

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