A few days ago, we had our biggest girls ministry event of the year. I had spent weeks and months planning, booking, praying, and hot gluing. The day itself went
In life, I have found most of my growth has occurred in an experiential setting, not in a classroom experience. I am a student at heart. I love to sit
I remember the moment vividly– it was a Sunday afternoon, and I was sitting in a Starbucks with my husband. It was an hour before I would be interviewed by
In our ‘self-sufficient society’ it’s so easy for us to get caught up in all of our “doing” & our “to-do lists” especially in ministry, and so often we forget
We all have those girls who we just cannot seem to figure out. The girls who don’t seem to engage when we teach and don’t make eye contact when we
“Senioritis,” as defined by urbandictionary.com, is “a crippling disease that strikes seniors. Symptoms include: laziness, an over excessive wearing of track pants, old athletic shirts, sweatpants, athletic shorts, and sweatshirts.
Every year I have a conversation with the parents of the participants of our student beach camp. It’s my 13th year to have this conversation. It used to be a