I will often spend time wrestling with contradictions and inconsistencies even if I know these things will never come to a resolution. What about you?
I don’t have to make myself responsible for everyone else’s actions and I don’t have to be a victim: I can occupy my God-given space in the world and take responsibility for what’s been entrusted to me.
The truth is that I need a brief intermission to recharge and rest. And that’s okay.
Let’s celebrate, support, encourage, and help one another as we pursue the dreams placed within us, for the glory of God and the good of others.
The truth is that creating is a terrifying experience and sharing that creation with the world is even more terrifying, but it’s worth it.
Though it can be uncomfortable, accountability provides an opportunity for growth that is unmatched, vulnerability is all that’s required in return.
Our stories hold incredible power: they can encourage and empower others to take steps toward Christ.
At the end of the day, the gospel is simple, powerful, and completely relational.
My book launch has not gone the way I would’ve planned it, but I’m so glad that it happened the way it did.
I think one of the most damaging lies women have come to believe is that we can have it all. Because, the truth is, we can’t. At least not in the way “all” is currently defined.