The Day I Washed my Husband’s Feet

I want to be very real with you. Marriage is hard. It’s hard when two different people begin to live together in the same house. People with different habits, different views, different ways of doing things. It’s hard when two different [sinful] people try to become one flesh. This particular day was one of the…

Inspired

I reluctantly hit the “stop” button on my alarm. I had set five alarms the night before like every other night… with no intention of actually waking up to the first four. I drug myself out of the bed… bleary eyed with “eye boogies…” mindlessly grabbing the clothes that I laid out… barely aware as…

Peace

Airplanes Social Media Bible study Shoes Eye doctor Traffic Conflict What does these have in common? They are all things that I have allowed to make me anxious in the past two weeks. One thing that I’ve found is that having peace is so valuable. According to a Google search, most women will live about 81.1…

The Abandoned City on a Hill – Guest Post – Megan White

“While you have the Light, believe in the Light, so that you may become sons of light”- John 12:36 (NIV) There once was a city on a hill that was magnificent. It was exactly as its Founder had intended- everyone working together and living in harmony with one another, growing the city and being a…

Embracing You, Now. – Guest Post – Jessi Schafer

If I were to paint a picture in words of who I am in this chapter of my life, it would go like this: I’m a mess, but I’m saved. I’m sitting in my 2001 dirty Honda Accord. Exhausted and sweating because I feel like I never actually sleep, and I just packed up both…

Healing – Part 1

Overwhelmed. Stressed. At my breaking point. Tired. Drained. Worthless. Useless. Unlovable. Insert any negative emotion and characteristic here, and I’ve probably felt it recently and over the years. Behind the smile, there’s been these words floating around in my brain. The words to come are more vulnerable than any blog post I’ve ever written. Not…

Thankful

This past Sunday, my pastor preached out of the book of Colossians, beginning the new series for our church, Found. His directive at the end of his message was the following: identify who you’re thankful for, pray for them consistently, and then tell them you prayed. I thought of the writer of the book of…