Life Lessons: A Strange Kind of Love

What would you do if your best friend who lived a town over from you was sick, so sick that they were told they had days to live, but you actually had the power to heal them? No brainer, right? You would jump in your car and speed over there to take away not just the

The Next Step

“Something happens when you feel ownership. You no longer act like a spectator or consumer, because you’re an owner. Faith is at it’s best when it’s that way too. It’s best lived when it’s owned.” -Bob Goff, Love Does I couldn’t agree more with these words. This speaks of a life all-in; feet that have left

Life Lessons: Seeking Balance

It was July 4th and I found myself in a kayak. Now, I haven’t been in a kayak in…well, years. Since it was the fourth of July, it seemed as though everyone who owned a boat in a 200 mile radius was on the very same lake. And as you can imagine, with all the boats kicking

Take Off Your Shoes

I was having a conversation recently with a friend (Chelsie, where you at?!), and as we were talking through a certain part of the Bible we landed on the topic of how there are so many different and polarizing views within Christianity. My friend asked, “If we all have access to the same Bible, how is it that we come up

When Your Dream Seems Forgotten

  I don’t know about you but I have had some dreams in my life that I felt had been looked over, neglected, and set aside to collect dust indefinitely. This article that I wrote for Propel women comes from a real place in my heart. I am still on the journey of watching God

Propel Women

I am absolutely geeking out that God is allowing me to work with Propel Women, and write as a contributor amongst so many remarkable women. If you aren’t familiar with Propel, simply put, it exists to help women discover their God-given passion, purpose, and potential as leaders. How does one do that, you may ask? Well,

Finding Beauty in the Dust

It was a usual morning drive to work and I had some things weighing on my mind. As I was engrossed in my thoughts I looked to my left, and saw this man enveloped in sun rays like he was an angel from heaven. I quickly realized that he was a landscaper blowing away the

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The Edges Of His Ways

If you have attended church or know someone who has, you may have heard of a man named Job. Much was required of him when it came to trusting God, and in the end he came out stronger than ever. However, in the midst of his troubles he came face to face with the following