Singing praise is one of many ways to worship God, and one of the most moving. There's something about seeing a group of people being empowered by a song, raising their hands to lift their praise to the highest, that leaves you feeling overjoyed. If you know me at all, you know there are few things … Continue reading Jesus + music.
Somedays, it feels like life is capable of kicking your butt harder the gym does.
Well I promised to combine both lifestyle posts with a dash of photography on my blog, so here it is my first photography feature! Last time I ventured to Georgia for my grandpa's 70th birthday (woo) I got to snap some pictures of my incredibly photogenic cousins! Now, two out of three of my cousins … Continue reading Photography Feature: Makayla
A year ago today I had spinal surgery. I've always heard people claim that one moment could change your life completely. However, I always seemed to disregard this thought, until I experienced it first hand. I have always had back pain; sometimes so extensive the only way to mildly subside it would be to lay … Continue reading My Scoliosis Journey
Like any senior approaching graduation, I made the logical decision to read blog posts during class today instead of pay attention to an economics movie. Makes sense. Anyways, upon reading a post by Julia Mann, a phrase caught my eye: sometimes we as christians base our faith off circumstances instead of living in a faith that is as … Continue reading Unconditional Faith.
If I had a dollar for every time I was told I apologize too much, I'd probably have enough money to buy a car. However, what most people fail to realize is I don't consciously make the choice to apologize for every little thing, it's simply an unshakeable habit. I apologize when other people hurt … Continue reading A letter from the girl who is always sorry.
In a world corrupted by sin, it's easy to find yourself feeling anxious and worrying about every little thing. As an incoming college freshman, I can identify with this concept. I often find myself constantly worrying; rather it be about the past or the future, I can usually find some little thing to stress over. In … Continue reading 5 Bible Verses For Those Who Worry Often
Although being the oldest of four grandchildren isn’t always a blast, I’ve learned over the years it is a blessing. Not only do I get to watch my cousins grow into the wonderful people they are meant to be, but I’m also first to face the curve balls life throws at us, and share the … Continue reading 5 Pieces Of Life Advice To My Younger Cousins