When I graduated with my master’s degree from University of Georgia (Go Dawgs! Lol), a former classmate sent me a beautiful Class of 2013 glass frame. It was gorgeous! It even had a spot within the frame to embed and preserve your graduation tassel. I loved it. The only thing that was wrong with it… Continue reading Handle With Care: Practicing Gentleness as Christians
One of my favorite books is Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. In it, Liz (as I so affectionately call her because I feel like I know her) recounts how she ate, prayed, and loved during her 12 months of travel to Italy, Indonesia, and India, respectively. Me, having the Type A personality that I… Continue reading God In Greece: I Ate. I Prayed… But Did I Love?
I hope by now you've read Part 1 and Part 2 of the blog post series "Blessed in the City". If not, no worries. I can catch you up by clicking HERE..... and HERE 🙂 Part 3 is finally here! Yay! Ending this month's blog series is bittersweet because I've loved the discussion surrounding this… Continue reading Reflections of Christians On The Move
In “Blessed in the City: Part 1”, we discussed some of the joys and some of the challenges of moving to a new city. Maybe you’ve been considering a change in scenery yourself. Maybe you think the move would be beneficial in regards to job opportunities or maybe you’re feeling like Ruth and just want… Continue reading 5 Things Every Christian Should Do BEFORE and AFTER Moving
“Blessed shalt thou be in the city, and blessed shalt thou be in the field. Blessed shalt thou be when thou comest in, and blessed shalt thou be when thou goest out.” Deuteronomy 28:3;6 By the time I was 25 years old, I had moved to a new city where I didn’t know anyone a… Continue reading Blessed in the City: Christians and Christianity on the Move
WARNING: This by far was the longest and most challenging blog post to write but I felt Spirit led to share this message God so passionately put on my heart. Someone, somewhere desperately needs this message of encouragement and I pray it reaches who God intends for it to. Thank you in advance for reading! Spring… Continue reading Unwrapped Gifts: Realizing and Using Our God Given Gifts
As I was visiting home over the Christmas holidays last year, my little brother (age 10) asked me about taxes……. Taxes! Imagine my perplexed face. I don’t know what possessed my brother to ask ME of all people about taxes. But nevertheless, there we were in the middle of a clothing store discussing taxes. Now,… Continue reading Withholding Nothing…From God
757 days… That’s how many days in a row I counted calories and used a smartphone fitness app as a daily food diary. Some of my family and friends were happy for me—others a little concerned. However, all were amazed. I had made a decision that I was going to lose weight and reduce my… Continue reading Lean On Me: The Importance of Christian Accountability