Faith That Moves

 

Six months in and I’m deep, DEEP into the trek of a job search. If you are there too… I feeeeeeeeel you. At this moment I would give you a slight head tilt and a fist bump insinuating to keep on keepin on. Many days I can’t help for my heart to feel anxious or discouraged by the days ahead, but I have to remember that my God is active and is making a way. These past months at home have served a far greater purpose in my life than I could have ever thought. He is using this time to refine me by fire and to teach me about His never changing character. Many days I feel like I am in a drought when it comes to hearing from the Lord, but this past week He spoke so clearly to me through his Word and others. He corrected and encouraged me in so many of my incorrect thoughts and this is what I heard. Continue reading “Faith That Moves”

2016 in Review

2017 – HERE WE GO. Like many people, I am happy to see this year arrive. 2016 has brought many stellar moments and a lot of heartbreaking realities. And quite honestly, I have made some kickass goals that I am ready to crush during the new year. Lookout -Leslie Hannah King Knope on the horizon!

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However my “achieve a backbend” and “turn in your RSVP on time” will just have to wait until I have fully reflected and celebrated 2016. Because lets be honest, memory fades and how else will I remember come next year? Continue reading “2016 in Review”

Seasons of Anything

Yesterday I was scrolling through Instagram when a particular post stuck out to me. It was a picture of colorful fall leaves with the caption, “Really really thankful that seasons always change.” TRIPLE LIKE, RT & AMEN were just a few of the thoughts that immediately came to my mind. Currently in a season that is more than trying, the thought of this season changing is the greatest thing I can imagine. This morning I woke up, went for a walk and the thoughts of seasons kept coming across my brain. I came back and started looking up where seasons are spoken about in the bible with the desire to blog about an overwhelming season that many people in their 20s face. I opened my blog, clicked  Saved Drafts, and found a post I had written about 3 months ago right as this new season was arriving. Continue reading “Seasons of Anything”