Kiss the Girl; No, Wait

This season is one that will bring many changes and struggles, so find a place (and hopefully it’s church) to be known and loved. And here, I mean fully known and loved. No masks. No half-stories. No shame. No “let me fix myself up first, then I’ll come.”

Come as you are, and trust God with the rest. And while this point is listed last in the book, I’d suggest that it should be your first step.

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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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first thoughts, second glances

first thoughts, second glances

Blogging is a process that's ever evolving. With the recent site makeover, I'm refreshed and ready to showcase wonderful stories and city explorations. I find inspiration from many places and look forward to sharing with you a few things that are on my mind for this month. This new piece is my riffing off a few favorite follows from friends and other life seasons, but I've tailored it to highlight happenings in and around the city life—and you don't have to live here to engage, I promise. 

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cityscape {no. thirteen}

cityscape {no. thirteen}

This is where the necessity of balance takes center stage. Are we preparing thoroughly for more confrontational or deep conversations, and are we willing for the response even if it's not what was originally planned or expected? This is living life in community at its finest, filled with love and humility. I don't do this well everyday, but I'm praying that healing and proactive listening will strike a cord in my life

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