A City of Hope

WARNING: This is not your typical travel blog. It’s not filled with a list of things to do and see, but rather the cry of my heart. I just got back from my family vacation to Arizona and Las Vegas, NV this week, and I’m honestly still processing everything I saw. We got to see … More A City of Hope

Freedom

We have the freedom to choose many things. We have the freedom to choose to go to the gym and finish that hard workout, and we also have the freedom to sit on the couch eating Doritos and watching Netflix. We have the freedom to love our family well by calling them often if they … More Freedom

Bloom

Finally, we get to the last blog in the series about plants. To start from the beginning, you can read Seeds, Roots, and Sprout. Also, in the picture above, I seriously did not mean to match the flowers. Flowers in full bloom seem to make everyone happy. (Everyone who isn’t insanely allergic, that is.) I’ve … More Bloom

Sprout

Once a seed has had it’s time of growth under the surface, it’s next step is sprouting. And this is not an easy process, just as growing roots is not, especially when one is a new Christian. I don’t know if you have grown up in the church or whether you came to Christ from … More Sprout

Roots

  In the depth of the winter, when there’s a bleak dead landscape of trees and hard, brown grass, life still goes on below the surface, resting and preparing for the coming season. In the spring, even more growth goes on as the roots of the plant are taking in all the nutrients they can … More Roots

Seeds

There’s something about fresh flowers that makes me so bubbly and happy inside. The act of holding just a few little living pieces of God’s creation in my hands before beautifully arranging them in a mason jar on the kitchen table brings me so much joy. Recently, I’ve picked up a growing fascination with plants … More Seeds

Inadequacy

Have you ever felt not good enough? Have you ever felt like you’re doing everything you can but you just can’t seem to get it right? Have you ever been scared of not measuring up to people’s expectations for your life? Have you ever tried to get the job or position, balance the busy schedule, … More Inadequacy

Quality Time

To be honest, this is my first relaxing night in what feels like forever. I just made myself a cup of white berry tea, featured in the picture above, and I sat down to write a blog for fun, and it’s not even 8pm. Life this past semester has been so crazy busy, but I … More Quality Time