Resources for Millennials

Our relationship with Jesus is something that's easy to put off, but it's something that should be taken seriously. Nothing should reign higher in our lives. That's easier said than done, so I hope these resources (and ones I'll be sharing in the coming months) will help you realign your heart's attention. They certainly have be doing that for me. 

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Let It Go

I believe there is power in sharing our stories, for it brings glory to God and brings shame into the light. It’s difficult, but hiding hurts even more because it leads to deeper and deeper isolation. I can’t promise immediate “results” by sharing your story, but I do believe God wants us to boldly do it. I believe He already knows it, wants to redeem it, and equips us to share it with others in a way that uplifts. We just have to trust Him.

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You've Got A Friend in Me

In the past, I’ve been characterized as a “nester,” meaning I’m someone who wants to know who my “crew” is and live life. I don’t mean to be exclusive; I just recognize the deep desire I have to know (and be known by) others. That being said, I’ve found a lot of freedom in acknowledging my tendencies, surrendering my fears, and striving ahead. I trust that the Lord sees me where I am and longs for me to fulfill His commandments among strong community.

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When You Believe

In college, I was asked to speak in Convocation, which is the university’s “chapel hour.” My talk was part of an annual series highlighting testimonial reflections of graduating seniors. My goal was not to rattle off accomplishments or tell funny stories; instead, I wanted to point others to God. While it’s important to plan ahead, He ultimately has a better one in store.

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