How to Honor God in Your Romantic Relationships

Romance. Love. True affection. Finding "the one." These words and terms are thrown around a lot these days...but what is true love? How do we honor God in our romantic relationships? How do we patiently wait for God to bring the one He has for us to marry? I want to dive into what it … Continue reading How to Honor God in Your Romantic Relationships

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How to Have God-Honoring Friendships

Friends are a wonderful gift. They can enhance our lives, draw us closer to Christ, and call out our sins in a loving way, helping us grow. However, friendships can also be toxic. Many people can get hurt by so called "friends" and afterwards are never the same. It can be tough to find and make … Continue reading How to Have God-Honoring Friendships

How to Have God-Honoring Relationships with Your Family

Relationships can be super tricky. Whether they are friendships, family relationships, or romantic relationships, I'm sure you have faced some struggles with relationships at one point or another. I wanted to do a series on how to have God-honoring relationships with those around us - family, friends, and romantic relationships! The goal of this series … Continue reading How to Have God-Honoring Relationships with Your Family

Love Defined Book Review

I had the amazing privilege of being accepted into the Love Defined Launch Team, run by Kristen Clark and Bethany Baird, founders of Girl Defined ministries. I was so blessed to be a part of this group! Today I wanted to share my thoughts on this book with you all. Let's get into the review, … Continue reading Love Defined Book Review

Why Jesus is More Than the Light at the End of the Tunnel

Life is hard. I don’t have to tell you twice. You might feel the weight of that sentence every single day. You've likely felt the pain of a breakup, job loss, move, loss of a loved one, abuse, difficult friendship, betrayal, financial insecurity, injury or sickness, or difficult transition. You’ve likely felt lonely, depressed, frustrated, angry, irritated, worried, … Continue reading Why Jesus is More Than the Light at the End of the Tunnel

Thursday Thankful Things

I have not done one of these posts in a LONG time! Life got busy, and while I was posting them every other week, that kind of got pushed away. However, I'm hoping to at least do these posts once a month because it's so fun chatting about what we're thankful for! This Thursday I'm … Continue reading Thursday Thankful Things

Why Suicide is NEVER the Answer

Each year 44,965 Americans die by suicide. (source) So often these days we see people losing hope and making the terrible choice to take their own lives. Life is no longer valued like the gift it is. Suicide is portrayed as a GOOD thing and as an "escape" from life's troubles. In the media, suicide is … Continue reading Why Suicide is NEVER the Answer

Encouragement for Those Who Struggle with Depression

Depression. It turns even the happiest person into someone clouded over by darkness. It breaks my heart to think of all the precious people being deceived by depression today. So many people think that life is not worth living anymore because of this lie that has invaded their brains. I personally have never been affected … Continue reading Encouragement for Those Who Struggle with Depression

How to Live Life Wisely and to the Fullest

Life is short. It's not something we like to think about, but it's something we should all think about and even discuss more often. I think that if we all knew when we'd die, we would live differently. My question for you, today, is: how are you living the life you've been given? Are you … Continue reading How to Live Life Wisely and to the Fullest