My final thoughts as a twenty-something.
I travel a lot these days. To me, it rarely feels like a big deal, but I think for the majority of Americans, I believe I surpass the status quo…tient. Traveling breeds an absolute fascination with airports; more importantly, a fascination with the people I find in airports. For whatever reason, God always seems to…… Continue reading Their Story is Worth It
Sometimes it’s easy to let the little things derail you. But let’s admit, God is way bigger than a little bump in the road.
I’ve heard it said that you find your truest passion when looking back at childhood dreams. In doing so, it appears I’ve been passionate about a lot of crazy things. As a child, I wanted to be everything from a secretary to a veterinarian. I think it was because at 7 years old, computers seemed…… Continue reading If it Isn’t God, I’d be Crazy
I can’t say that I grew up as the “outdoorsy” type. As a little girl, my mom tells me that I hated getting dirty. I’d always wear shoes outside. Even sandals required a pair of socks. Yes. I was that kid. While neighborhood friends were out adventuring through unclaimed territory of the scary neighbor’s backyard…… Continue reading Parable of the Apple Tree
God is legitimately a genius. Getting to know him is an adventure. He is so much more than words on a page of a book written thousands of years ago. Yesterday added to the mountain of evidence that he is personally very involved in my life. Monday morning, I sat in the corner of my…… Continue reading Waves and Sand
Today, 87 years ago, a man by the name of Wilhelmus Vogel was born. He lived quite the life. I’ve written about him before. His story is pretty incredible. He only made it part way through his 85th year, and my life hasn’t been the same without him. I’ve been thinking about him a lot…… Continue reading Reflection of a Broken Man