6am. I can hear the melody of the birds through the window. I haven’t seen sleep because I have an addiction to pushing myself to the limits. I press submit, and wonder what life without procrastination would be like. Probably boring. Living on the edge by racing deadlines is as wild as I can get … Continue reading Sustaining Grace
It’s very common for us to hear stories of grace and lift our hands in praise then turn our gaze quickly away. So often we know all of the right answers, but we live as if we’re clueless. Our understanding of Christ is surface deep and strangely, we seem content with that. We have a … Continue reading Run to Jesus
Every Sunday evening, my news feed is filled with TWD. Many professing Christians, as well as a good portion of the world are so caught up—almost obsessed with this TV series. There’s nothing wrong with entertainment, but as Christians, we should be mindful of how we are living, aware of the things that we are … Continue reading Would Jesus Watch The Walking Dead?
24 hours is all you get. Dividing that between work, cleaning up messes, comforting little people who wake up sick or scared at 3a.m., potty training, tantrums, mini food fights, and tripping over all the toys in the floor, prioritizing is hard. What actually matters? What needs to happen, and what can wait until the … Continue reading Prioritizing with Little Ones
I don’t want to be weak. I don’t want to struggle. I don’t like being ignorant of the answers to life’s questions, or struggling to understand something I should already know. I hate weakness. I fight it. I want to be strong. I push myself to succeed, I work to become better so that I … Continue reading Striving For Weakness
This year we celebrate the 239th year of independence. In the beginning, the pilgrims wanted a free country where they could voice their opinions without fear of imprisonment, they wanted to be able to hold their convictions without fear of being hated. When they began to draft The Constitution of the United States of America, … Continue reading Freedom or Tolerance: choose one