dreams and goals

greet them from a distance

greet them from a distance

Greeting our homeland at a distance is a beautiful graphic for faith. But between here and there, we just want things to make SENSE.

summer☀️school for the soul

summer☀️school for the soul

There will be days, this summer, after all that sand and sun, when you might just crave a little soul-deep soak in lessons that someone else has already learned the hard way.  

One small shortcut to wise, please, hold the jimmies.  Can’t it just be that simple?

I’ve got you.

the decadent disaster of love

the decadent disaster of love

Sometimes the thing you do for the right reasons has the wrong results. You never know, when you love big and hard, exactly how the narrative will uncurl.

Better than you could ever imagine is always a possibility.

20 questions you may want to ask before you give up social media (for Lent)

20 questions you may want to ask before you give up social media (for Lent)

DISCLAIMER: This post is not everything you ever wanted to know about Lent. It’s a little about Lent and a lot about what I wish I knew before I pulled the plug on social media. Bonus: the list is printable!

a year in the life: tracking for the win

a year in the life: tracking for the win

It may be a mess but it’s my mess; my planner is a nearly complete record of a year of my life in bullet points, sloppily scrawled Bible verses, check marks, and tracked goals. Wire-bound between two tattered covers.

Because it exists on the outside of me, I don’t have to wonder why my sore spots still sting, or wait for Facebook to send me Timehop reminders. I know what happened.

What about you? Do you know what happened to you in 2016?