Top Reading Picks of 2019

I'll admit, I'm a sucker for Netflix. There is nothing like chilling out, eating some popcorn, and watching something on your television screen. But! In an effort to save some brain cells, I set a lofty goal for myself to read a whole bunch of books this year. I love reading, but I've been so… Continue reading Top Reading Picks of 2019

You are not enough (and that’s okay)

There's a phrase that I've seen floating around the internet, especially in Christian female circles, and at first glance it's empowering. "You are enough!" At first, I kind of felt weird about this phrase, but I wasn't sure why. Maybe it was my own insecurities, not believing it or not feeling "enough". Not pretty enough,… Continue reading You are not enough (and that’s okay)

2019 Book Reviews

At the beginning of the year, I decided that I wanted to commit to reading more this year (I guess you could call it a New Year's resolution). I used to be a HUGE reader; flying through whole series in a week as a kid. High school and university pretty much killed my enjoyment of… Continue reading 2019 Book Reviews

The Question of Need

ORIGINALLY WRITTEN FOR CALVARY CAMBRIDGE'S 21 DAYS OF FASTING AND PRAYER, FOUND HERE: If you’re like me, you’ve probably caught yourself at least once casually stating, “God is all I need.” And if you’re like me, you probably haven’t asked God to prove it. Every year when we begin the fast, the number one… Continue reading The Question of Need

The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Experienced in my Whole Life

I've wanted to tell this story for a long time, but I haven't been quite sure how to do it or what to say. It's about an experience, and a song connected to that experience that now brings me to tears every time I hear it. Although it is a popular song, it's relatively unassuming… Continue reading The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Experienced in my Whole Life

Confessions of an Accidental Missionary

When I was little, I wanted to grow up to be a dolphin trainer. As I got older, I realized I didn't love the concept of Marineland and that I actually sucked at swimming. So that career path was out.  I still went to school for biology though, and completed my Bachelors of Science in… Continue reading Confessions of an Accidental Missionary