If I was going to most accurately name this post I would probably call it: WTF Just Happened: The Blog Post I’ve Avoided for a Year. But I thought that might be a little offensive, so we’ll just include the title here. At the beginning of my junior year of college I hated men, feared…
I am currently positioned in the middle seat of a full airplane on its way to Washington, trying desperately not to jam an elbow into the ribs of my seat-mates as I transcribe this… so here’s to three hour flights (aka unadulterated writing time), too small public transport seats, and bladders the size of peanuts…
Random thoughts that I am trying to make sense of this week – Light in the darkness, self-consciousness, and a hunger for the world
Sophomore slump has proved my kryptonite.
College campuses and skewed pictures of womanhood. We are more than meat.
The struggle against mental illness is no easier when people are shaming you into believing that you are a freak. Whether it’s purposeful or not.
This Valentine’s Day I want to celebrate love…for myself.
College is nothing like the movies tell you it will be – it forces you to grow wings and learn to fly on your own.
I recently took a weekend trip up to the lake town of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho for a weekend church retreat – but instead, what I found was the quiet of solitude and the peace of being overwhelmed by God’s creation.
I got coffee with one of my good friends the other day and as we were talking I could see the beginning of tears in her eyes, riddled with sadness, frustration, anger – all of it – and I wanted to cry too. “You know what one of the things I love most about you…
There is a fundamental difference in being a vessel for Christ versus a tool for his kingdom.