As someone who accepted God into my life at 5, I accepted the promise of eternal life and seeing Him. As a 5 year old, I didn’t grasp what I was accepting beyond the Sunday school picture of eternal life. I accepted Jesus as my Savior. But is that all Jesus is? Jesus is not… Continue reading A Two-sided God
This is a fact of life. Things end. We move onto the next chapter, but this is easier said than done. Knowing for 12 years that I would graduate the BSF children’s program, didn’t make leaving any easier. This is the most recent page turn for me. I had to leave the children’s/school program at… Continue reading End of an era
I am insecure about a lot. As time has gone by I like to think certain insecurities have faded, but I really think I have just gotten better at hiding them. One thing I’m pretty insecure about is my voice. It’s one of those silly things that I don’t understand but so be it. I… Continue reading Insecurities
This is written by grandma, who is my absolute role model. She is a phenomenal women, who loves Jesus and all people around her. She recently gave me her laptop, which had this paper on it, and I was absolutely stunned by her beautiful words. I hope that my blog has helped at least one… Continue reading Spring Cleaning
I had a friend today tell me that despite her being the elder, I was more mature. I would like to think it’s because of the experiences I’ve had. Some good, some bad, some fantastic, some traumatic. The last 4 months of 2016 were filled with the death of friendships. I had been friends with… Continue reading Ending relationships
I’ve always been afraid of change. My life is built on structure and organization, which could easily be threatened or destroyed by change. See change is often unforgiving and unexpected. We sweep change under the rug, trying to ignore it, shrugging it off until it can’t wait any longer. I’ve been a victim of this… Continue reading New experiences…
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