Whenever I’m in my hometown and people ask me where I’m from, my immediate response, without fail, is always, “Here, actually, which is very rare since we have such a high
Living life with students is such an adventure—you get to walk with them through highs and lows. Everything from break-ups and prom dress shopping to cheering for her as she
We want to spread a little… no, A LOT of kindness in 2021! And we hope you and your girls will join us! What if we set out this year
Serving others in ministry is honestly the best. There are few things that fulfill me like sharing the gospel. However, with all the joy around serving and loving others, there
Maybe you’re like me and you LOVE a good checklist. Maybe you even add things to the checklist just so that you have the satisfaction of already crossing things off.
Dear 2020, I don’t think I’ve experienced a year this odd in my almost 31 years of life. When we said goodbye to 2019, none of us could’ve predicted what
Weakness is a state that we tend to try to avoid. The world around us tells us to fight weakness, reject weakness, and never utter its name. However, no matter
If you or your family have been touched by divorce, I know you’ve felt it—the brokenness of this fallen world comes close. Anytime something that has been joined together is
Life is different right now. Our daily routines have changed, our mindsets and expectations are not the same, and the world seems to have paused. This is new for me.
Earlier this week we learned what the Enneagram is and how it can potentially impact your leadership of students, as well as other relationships. In addition to Darrin Patrick, Carey