Monthly Archives: October 2014

Don’t be anxious

I’ve been leading a Bible study out of my home for several weeks now. We met for the third time tonight and I really felt like sharing a topic that’s been on my heart: fear/anxiety. At the chance that this … Continue reading

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He makes me brave

Several weeks ago I was rushing to church. I was supposed to be there by 8:15 and needed Austin to be ready to go with me too since Justin was away at drill. I was hurried, feeling a tad crabby, … Continue reading

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Current inspiration – Bethel Music: You Make Me Brave

If you haven’t discovered the awesomeness that is present in the lyric of this song, then please check it out. I love this song so much! “You Make Me Brave” by Amanda Cook, the title track off of their album: … Continue reading

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Am I enough?

Today I sat down with my Bible, an inspirational book by Lysa Terkeurst (The Best Yes), my journal, and laptop – and in the middle of my studying I asked myself an honest question: what are my current struggles? I am … Continue reading

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Death: what do I say to someone who has experienced loss?

Death. There is no thing I know that can cause greater pain than death. It’s “sad” when it happens to someone that a friend knows. It’s even more “sad” if we connect with that person somehow such as if it … Continue reading

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