Recognize. | Weakness. (Part 1)

Do you have a weakness? I hate to break it to you, but it's safe to say we're all a flawed bunch of humans. What might that be for you today? Yes today. Heck, it can even change moment-to-moment. Quite uplifting so far, I know, but stay with me. These words can serve as leverage … Continue reading Recognize. | Weakness. (Part 1)

3am Writing / Romans 5-8 Inspo.

This upcoming year will go by fast.   Remember to rest in the identity you have in Christ. Not of yourself.   Lose yourself in His regard, finding joy in the trials and challenges, remembering that in all things that feel like death, you are also burying those things in Christ's death. Remembering how they are to … Continue reading 3am Writing / Romans 5-8 Inspo.

Unconditional Love, Supernaturally Knitted

Below is a poem put together by two writing pieces of mine. It was a project for a class assignment that I miraculously put together in a matter of minutes. That's not to say it was an effortless beauty I created. It's to say it was divinely composed by God's workings. You'll see why. Upon … Continue reading Unconditional Love, Supernaturally Knitted

Flash Grenade Flash Piece

The following is a flash piece I wrote for my writing class. The assignment involves researching "odd-facts" to incorporate into a personal account essay. So I embraced some research on the author of (most of) the New Testament, the Apostle Paul. I intend to expand it into an essay that tells of the formation of … Continue reading Flash Grenade Flash Piece

Purpose in Brokenness

I hear many of you in your hurting, asking how God could be real after all the painful things that have happened to you. How it's always been easier not to face it all, numb it, try and forget, and live on your own terms in the world. I hear you equate the imperfections of … Continue reading Purpose in Brokenness

His Fulfillment, Not Mine

The other day, a family member told me I tend to enable the dysfunction in others. I recognize how naturally this empathetic curse can flow from me. Balancing a want to see others healed, with a need for more genuine compassion, I ask God to open my heart. O God, you are my God; earnestly … Continue reading His Fulfillment, Not Mine

To Gather Nectar

I recently met with a remarkable academic/career counselor at my college. She put her heart into her work and surprised me with how much she cared for the students she came in contact with. Though her words were wise and profound, it wasn't what she said that left me with so much revelation. I chewed … Continue reading To Gather Nectar

Before & After me

"I will go before you and level the uneven places; I will shatter the bronze doors and cut the iron bars in two.” (Isaiah 45:2). In the last 2 years, I’ve done a lot of searching. Soul-searching, searching for Jesus, for peace, purpose, identity, and my place. I searched to be anywhere that wouldn’t rob … Continue reading Before & After me

A Dozen Dumpster Books, God’s Inspiration to Create

In my eyes, being a writer is being an artist. Creativity and inspiration must flow when writing from the heart. I have to admit that 2019 has been full of difficult adjustments. I moved twice, feeling like a nomad for a while. Floating further into this state of limbo, I changed jobs. Though for the … Continue reading A Dozen Dumpster Books, God’s Inspiration to Create

If We’re Being Completely Honest. [Prayer Challenge]

Privaledge or no privilege. Wealth or poverty. Healthy or unhealthy. War, corruption, neglect, abuse, or heartbreak. An ugly world or not: days like these I just don’t understand how people can conclude that God is not good, or that He’s not with us. I went on this beautiful hike today where my attitude from the … Continue reading If We’re Being Completely Honest. [Prayer Challenge]