Being Bold

Therefore, since we have a great high priest who has passed through the heavens—Jesus the Son of God—let us hold fast to our confession. For we do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our weaknesses, but one who has been tempted in every way as we are, yet without sin. Therefore, let us […]

Beautifully Called: Thoughts on Biblical Womanhood

In light of International Women’s Month, I’ve been thinking about womanhood and the complexities of feminism. I can’t fully say I’m a feminist by today’s popular definition. I can’t entirely dismiss their cause either. In the evangelical world, we are quick to be repulsed by feminism. But perhaps we should re-examine and re-define feminism through […]

A Quiet Christmas

For the past four years, I have written a blog post celebrating Christmas. Today, it is Christmas Eve and I am staring at a blank page. Yet I couldn’t ignore the whisper lingering in my  mind—a whisper to be still and write today. This year feels different from past Christmas Eves. I feel different. It […]

Refining

Beside my bed rests a small, white-painted wooden block wrapped with twine—straight from Waco, Texas. The twine holds a postcard sized print with an artistically printed Bible verse. I’ve looked at the verse every morning all semester, but I honestly never gave it much thought. Then I was standing in worship at church a couple […]

Thank You Notes

It feels surreal that it’s the last week of August. This month has passed so quickly. I moved back to South Carolina, caught up with friends, and started classes. As the new school year begin, I love this chance to to thank God for this season of friendship, growth, change, and learning. Today I’m thankful […]