Between the media, our culture and peer groups, and even family members, we are land blasted on every side by who and what we should be. There’s the crowd that’s constantly telling you to look better, dress nicer, lose more weight. Then you have the people who never think that your best is good enough,…… Continue reading Who am I?
What if the sun turned orange? What if the grass was suddenly the sea? What if cotton candy grew on trees, what if money was free? So many questions, and an imagination of endless possibilities! In many cases, the “what if” questions can be thought-provoking and helpful. For the inventors, the engineers, pioneers of science,…… Continue reading What if…
Several days ago, I was sitting in my bed at night and that ancient battle of whether or not to go with what my flesh was wanting, or what I knew my spirit needed commenced. I had not spent time with the Lord or read the Scriptures much that week, and realized I needed to,…… Continue reading Lover’s Ballad
Yesterday, I was walking back to my dorm. My backpack filled with binders and school supplies bounced against my spine, straps secured over my shoulders. The summer heat and classic southern humidity filled the atmosphere, making me hurry towards the air-conditioned building: Ridgecrest South. It loomed in the near distance – students exiting and entering…… Continue reading Faithful Butterflies
“Be still and know that I am God,” ~ Psalm 46:10 Know: be convinced or certain of, have understanding of, perceive directly, have knowledge of. Still: free from noise or turbulence, devoid of or abstaining from motion. Last December (I know…a long time ago, but I’m a senior so 😉 ), I felt God reminding…… Continue reading And Everything Was Still
Love: a strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties “Mommy.” A mother looks down at her three-year-old son. Dirt is smeared across his face, though a brilliant smile shows his baby white teeth. His once yellow shirt, is now covered in splattering’s of strawberries, purple paint, and something else that she…… Continue reading Love
Everyone has fears. Some are small, others are big, and then, there are those that completely and totally overwhelm us. Fear is a tricky thing. It can creep up slowly and over time; perhaps subconsciously, until it rears its ugly head in our face. In other cases, it can come suddenly and without announcement. Maybe…… Continue reading Prison of Fear