Yesterday, I stumbled upon a beautifully designed blog, The Gingham Apron, that held an even more beautifully written reminder. With their kind permission, I bring you their exact words.Continue reading “Preparation Time—The Gingham Apron”
I once heard someone say, “you have to be vigilant and have your ears on.” While this was used as parenting advice, it struck me as something more.Continue reading “Be Vigilant and Have Your Ears On”
It’s funny how we see this Goliath standing in front of us and how our very bones become fear striken.
That’s what I ask. It may seem unbelievable to ask such a question. It’s obvious why. The Goliath is bigger than us, meaning it has to be stronger than us, right? Of course! When something is higher up than us, it has the upper hand. It’s simply the pattern of this life we live in. Although, it appears as if we’ve forgotten who invented this life; who has the upper hand of all things.Continue reading “A Goliath of a Moutain”
“Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?”
Matthew 6:26 (ESV)
Going with the flow… We all do it, but are we going with the right flow? With God’s flow?Continue reading “Are You Following God’s Flow or Society’s? | Finding Yourself”
I’ve wondered before why God doesn’t wipe our bad memories from the past, but then it hit me yesterday.Continue reading “Why Your Past Isn’t Something to Forget”
As Christians, we can often find ourselves feeling bad for feeling broken. It doesn’t come as a shock to me though, considering everyone talks about how being one with God makes you whole.Continue reading “It’s Okay to Feel Broken”
The below information is solely to encourage you to speak up and embrace your body image through God’s amazing love for you; it is not to replace professional help.
I feel like there’s a topic that needs to be touched with grace, love, and understanding. It’s a topic that nobody exactly wants to talk about or address, because it’s embarrassing or hard to read, but eating disorders must be addressed in a loving way more often.Continue reading “The Hidden Struggle of Eating Disorders”