If I had a dollar for every time someone “said” they were coming to visit me, I would be rich. Filthy rich! So many times, I’ve had friends say they were waiting on an “invitation” to visit me. Whether I have been in Tennessee, Alabama, or Georgia, here has always been my reply “You have… Continue reading Open Invitation: What It Means to Welcome the Lord
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?
In May of 2018, God allowed me to visit Greece! To be able to spend 7 days in Athens, Mykonos, and Santorini was such a blessing. Even more of a blessing were the reminders and revelations God gave me while traveling. Sit back and relax as I recount and share moments with #GodInGreece! 1.… Continue reading God in Greece: 8 Reminders & Revelations While Traveling
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
“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
A school shooting. A mall shooting. Another school shooting. With so much going on in the world today, it’s easy to forget certain TRUTHS from the Bible. We get caught up in our emotions when bad things happen to us and around us. We start asking “Why?” and “How?” Sometimes we may even get angry.… Continue reading When Tragedy Strikes: 6 Biblical Truths To Remember
I only have 2 articles of gray clothing. TWO. An old college sweatshirt and an old college hoodie. Needless to say, both of them were given to me because I very much dislike the color gray. I really do. The color gray is not quite white but it’s not quite black either. It’s just an… Continue reading Grateful in the Gray (Area)