James Bible Study Chapter 4

Time for James Chapter 4! Grab those annotation tools and let's get to it~~~ [1] What is the source of wars and fights among you? Don't they come from your passions that wage war within you? [2] You desire and do not have. You murder and covet and cannot obtain. You fight and wage war.... Continue Reading →

Worry Is A Worthless Endeavor

We've all experienced worry/anxiety at one point or another: tension with a friend, paying the bills next month, traveling, etc. There's a lot in the world that you can worry about, right? Well, worry is a trap. Let me preface with these three questions: what do you do for a living? What are you living... Continue Reading →


When the stars came crashing down In tiny pieces to the ground I was all alone down here Trapped beneath the atmosphere Then I, thought somebody called my name I spun around and caught a flame I gave into a God I didn't know And now everything is falling into place A brand new life... Continue Reading →


I grew up hearing a lot about fellowship.  I knew what it was, but I don't think I ever really grasped onto the concept until quite recently.  First, let's start with what fellowship is. In my world, fellowship means to be gathered with others for a specific purpose and with a similar interest. For me,... Continue Reading →

How to Hear God’s Voice

Hearing God is something that I find extremely difficult. How am I, a 21 year-old girl, supposed to have the wisdom to be able to understand what God is trying to tell me? Sure, it's easy to talk TO God, but to get things in return? While I was on a retreat last weekend, we... Continue Reading →

The Power of With

My last post touched on beingwithJesus, but today I'm going to go into more depth.  When you are with someone, there is a sense of understanding, support, and genuine and encouraging conversations and interactions. Do any of you find it difficult to be with someone who you can't actually see or hear? I struggle with this... Continue Reading →

Fast Faith & Spiritual Spikes

I was on a retreat this past weekend and we learned something about faith that was always in the back of my mind, but was never really brought to the surface. It's so obvious, yet so many of us overlook it. Faith isn't something that you wake up with. Yes, one can surrender their life... Continue Reading →

The Book Every Twentysomething Needs

I borrowed a book from a recently graduated friend titled "The Defining Decade: Why your twenties matter- and how to make the most of them now". The book has been recognized by Slate.com, Kirkus Reviews, and Rachel Simmons (the author of The Good Girl). The Defining Decade is written by Meg Jay, PhD, a clinical psychologist... Continue Reading →

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