Lost: Myself

"What am I even doing with my life?" "I feel like I have no sense of direction." "I just need to take some time to find myself." Can you relate? It's probably safe to say that most of us have experienced similar feelings of restlessness at some point in our lives. You may even be... Continue Reading →

Would I Give Everything?

What are you willing to give? What would it take for you to become bitter towards God? What would it take for you to turn your back on your faith? This is a question I have thought a lot about recently. What do I value more than my relationship with God? Relationships? Family? Career? Entertainment?... Continue Reading →

Love and Marriage

It feels pretty strange to be writing a blog post about marriage since I am, in fact, not married. Lest you worry, it won't be a list of how I think all the married people should be acting or tips on how to make married life easier. My hope is that these words will direct... Continue Reading →

Dangerous (un)Repentance

“I fell again. Why can’t I be free of this?? Surely other Christians don’t sin as much as I do. I must really be exhausting to God. I feel so dirty and this constant repenting feels so cliche. I know He’ll never stop loving me, but honestly.. He’s got to be tired of forgiving me. ”... Continue Reading →

Remember the Cliffs

My dad and I are travel junkies. If you mention the possibility of taking a trip to a foreign country, he and I jump into action looking at plane ticket prices and reading Travelocity ads about the top 10 things to do in that country. Dad has a huge framed map in his office entitled... Continue Reading →

Crazy, Inseparable Love

Nothing can separate us from the Love of Christ. Think about that! That's crazy. I've been reading through Romans in my devotional time and man. I've never really pondered that thought. Nothing in the whole world can separate us from the Love of Christ. In Romans 8 Paul says: "For I am sure that neither... Continue Reading →

The True Story of Job

When I was younger, reading the story of Job seemed simple. Job goes through immense pressure and heartache. He trusts God through the struggle, and God blesses him for it. He finally gets all of his stuff back. But two years ago at camp, after studying the book for a whole month, I realized the... Continue Reading →

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