Let’s Have An Identity Crisis – Megan White – Guest Post

Have you ever wondered who you are? You’ve all heard about the stages of identity crisis–the dreaded teenage phase, the midlife crisis, toppling “over the hill”. We all must figure out who we are and what our purpose is in this life. It is an important step towards maturity and a successful life in the…

When God’s Promises Disappear

I began this post prepared to write about another summer adventure. I had promised to write about my summer shenanigans and provide y’all with the insight that God gave me at each leg of the journey. So, I wrote about how God spoke to me in Tennessee at the bottom of a waterfall, when He…

How a Double Cheeseburger Affected my Relationship with Christ

It was sometime in May of 2017. I had just gone to one of my favorite fast food restaurants and ordered my “regular:” a double cheeseburger with just cheese {extra cheese}, a large french fry, and a large caramel mocha coffee with whole milk (I should probably insert here that I’m lactose intolerant–why does dairy…

How to Be a Christian 101

If you follow my Macey’s Place Online Instagram page (the handle is @maceysplaceonline if you want to check it out!), I recently posted about a new method of Bible study that I’ve been doing as I am reading through the book of Romans. To get a more in-depth discussion of what that new method entails,…

How Much Does a Soul Cost?

Hello again, friends! If you’ve been following Macey’s Place Online for the past few months, you’ve read that my word for 2018 has been this one: CONVICTION. God has been doing such a work in my life since I became a Christian seven years ago, but He has been doing an immense work in my…

Spiritual Starvation

As a school counselor, I am often asked to speak to young boys and girls about several “uncomfortable” topics. One of those topics is eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia, the signs and symptoms as well as the potential consequences of such actions. The conversations aren’t easy ones to engage in. However, the conversation must…