You may have noticed that I haven't posted anything in the last two weeks. Or maybe you didn't, I don't know. And that's on purpose (mostly). I've decided to blog every other week rather than every week. This will hopefully lead to better content instead of just consistent content and it will give me more… Continue reading 3 Steps to the Great Schedule Purge
Have you ever woken up to the tune (or beeps) of your alarm and had to think for a minute to remember which day of the week it is? And then you groan, as everything comes flooding back to you and you remember what you have to do during the day. And you push your… Continue reading 4 Things to do First Thing in the Morning
I will be the first to admit that our generation (the ones just coming into adulthood or just barely there) is a group that wants quick fixes. I recently wrote about how that doesn't work for our relationship with God, but almost every facet of life could benefit if we took our time. Gone are… Continue reading Slowing Down in a Speed of Light World
Dishes are not as important as changing the world. Or so I would like to believe. I have to credit one of my very dear friends with the idea of this post and the torture that she has caused me these past few weeks as I think about her words. I love you Laura! Luke… Continue reading Faithful in a Little
Did you know that God created this world for His children? If you believe in Him, it was all made specially for you. I made this discovery whilst putting together a Bible study on the first few verses of 1 Timothy 4. Paul is telling Timothy about false teachers who require "abstinence from foods that… Continue reading It’s Okay to Enjoy Life
What are you doing with your summer? Most of us are already a few weeks into the blissful time of the year known as "summer." It is a magical time, a time of no school (sorry homeschoolers - I'm right there with you), a time of hot weather, a time of consuming far more watermelon… Continue reading What Are You Going To Do With Your Summer?
Have you ever read Chaucer? Dickens? Thucydides? I have. Granted, all of these examples were for school, but I am glad of the chance to consume such literature.
"You seem to be disenchanted with life this morning."
We're all given the same 24 hours in a day, the same seven days in a week. How we choose to spend it speaks volumes about who we are and what we value.
This world is crazy. We don't need to go over that again. We are all guilty of getting caught up in all of it, of placing mountains of importance on temporary things and forgetting the eternal for a while.