What do we do for “the one?” There is always at least one within our student ministry, our family, or our friend group. The one that is far from God.
“I’m praying for you!” “I’ll definitely be praying for that.” “You are in my thoughts and prayers.” We can all be quick to offer these words but even quicker to
One of my favorite holiday activities is making new year’s resolutions. There’s just something so exciting about the collective fresh start that New Years Day ushers in. While it’s true,
I think somewhere along the way of American Christianity the concept of prayer has become nonchalant. We often reply to people who share their needs and requests with “I’ll be
Prayer is essential. Ministry and parenting make it very clear that we are dependent on God. Your girls belong to Him, and He is the only one who can work
Pancakes, eggs, bacon, toast—am I the only one who wakes up thinking about food? First thing in the morning, I start thinking about food! We live in an age where
Whether you’re a mom, a small group leader, or a girls minister, praying for the girls in your life daily and diligently is an important part of loving them well.
So many times in life, we are at loss for words. During this pandemic, it is easy to be at a loss for words. It is hard to know how
The future can be exciting or scary. It can be big and unknown, or you can have every detail accounted for. One lesson that I learned as a senior in
Aladdin is one of my favorite Disney movies for a lot of reasons. I love Princess Jasmine’s bravery, I love that Aladdin was a poor boy destined for greatness, and