The Hill I Will Die On: A 2022 Retrospective

Reflection pieces are often regarded as cliche and self-serving. Personally, I don’t enjoy rehashing and recapping. I’m an onward and upward, lets move on, type of girl. However, there are moments in our lives that require introspection. These are the moments in which we grow and propel us to our intended destination. It is only … Continue reading The Hill I Will Die On: A 2022 Retrospective

A Little Christmas Observation

Christian culture seems to only operate in extremes when it comes to Christmas. One side is all about Santa, obscene displays of gifts, using every available moment to do all the Christmas activities. On the other far side of the spectrum, you have those who refuse to participate in any carnal Christmas activities and wielding … Continue reading A Little Christmas Observation

Being Confident in Your Salvation

Christians typically fall into two categories when it comes to salvation: eternal salvation (once saved always saved) or conditional salvation (salvation based upon sanctification according to His will). I fall firmly in the latter. The Bible is clear in Its teaching that, though He will never walk away from us, we can most certainly walk … Continue reading Being Confident in Your Salvation

Marvel, it’s not me…or you. It’s bigger than us.

I have numerous articles started and have simply not had the time to finish them properly. However, due to the amount of emotion coursing through me right now, this one will basically finish itself. To set the stage, let me tell you that I’m a major nerd. Super heroes, comic books, LEGO sets, reading for … Continue reading Marvel, it’s not me…or you. It’s bigger than us.

God Gives Us Who We Need

You know those shirts and internet memes that say things like, ‘ew, people’ or ‘it’s too people-y’? Well, I’m the exact opposite. I absolutely love people. My personality thrives on human interaction. Social gatherings are when I’m at my best. Being surrounded by my people, and even meeting new people, brings me real joy. However, … Continue reading God Gives Us Who We Need

Train up a Child…They’ll Thank You Later

Each generation has endured a unique set of challenges. Without fail, each generation thinks theirs is the hardest in which to thrive. Since becoming a parent, I only now realize their plight. Only 20 short years ago, I began high school in a time with no social media and no real knowledge of life outside … Continue reading Train up a Child…They’ll Thank You Later