Conversation Series

Over the last few years I’ve noticed how much of my writing has been inspired by conversations with friends. As we sat around drinking coffee (as per usual) and catching up we would inevitably begin sharing about our struggles, our joys, and how to think through some of life’s biggest decision-making-moments.

I don’t know about you but I cannot fathom doing this life alone. It is so clear that we are made for community. To share in each other’s joys and sorrows. To laugh with each other, to comfort each other, and lend our courage to one another when we’re faced with seeming unanswered questions and prayers. To sit in the tension together, and remind one another that we have a God who doesn’t take pleasure in letting us down but rather desires to exceed our expectations.

All that to say, as a way to celebrate and show my gratitude for those who have inspired me, this page is dedicated to the writings of other gifted friends of mine that have so much wisdom and insight to share.


Conversation Series Posts

My Therapeutic Journey By: April McLain

Ten years. Three therapists. One continuous journey. Finding the right therapist is absolutely crucial to you moving forward in growth, and out of the places holding you back. By having…

The Why Behind the What

Follow my blog with Bloglovin For the last four years I’ve been a full-time photographer…those are words I never thought I would say. I get asked a lot how I…

Movement For Your Soul By: Kendall Young

She walks into the studio averting her eyes from the mirror stretching across the front of the room. Dipping her chin she glances discreetly at her companions for the next…

Fear Drowns in Light

In a few short weeks I will rejoin the ranks of America’s workforce. I’ve spent the better part of the last two and a half years serving as a missionary…

Have The Audacity To Interrupt

Moving to a big city has recently led me to contemplate social boundaries and their effects on connection. There are moments I wish they were more clearly established: like on…