Does God's will seem like a vague mystery to you? Read why I believe His will is not a mystery at all and that it's easier to "find" than we realize.
Disclaimer: This is only a selection from the full article. The full article was published on Tirzah July 10, 2017. "I found a really great job opportunity, but it might mean moving to Oregon” my boyfriend said from the other end of the line. My normally fidgety self went completely still. My boyfriend, Kaleb, went … Continue reading Recently Published: God’s Promise to Us When Plans Change
In 2016, over 500,000 people in the US were recorded as homeless. Over 1/5 of those were children. More than 300 million people in the world suffer depression. In 2015, 43.1 million Americans lived in poverty. With such overwhelming need in the world, Christians often think: "How can we possibly fix it all?" "Does what little … Continue reading The Value of One: Why You Don’t Have to Save the World
I'm one of those people who is really into saving time and being as efficient as possible. Wasting time drives me crazy and deciding what to with my time sometimes does too. I'm a multi-tasker and a list-maker. I have one of those time-tracking apps to help me see how much time I spend on … Continue reading Time Is Not Meant to Be Saved; It’s Meant to Be Broken
"I found a really great job opportunity," my boyfriend said from the other end of line. "But it might mean moving to Oregon." My heart plummeted to my toes, and I had to remind myself to breathe. My boyfriend's voice was brimming with excitement and his mind was filled with the grand possibilities this job … Continue reading When Plans Change: Swimming in Faith to Keep from Sinking in Fear
Out of all the industries in America, one of the most distrusted is the industry of marketing and advertising. Americans often think the field of advertising revolves around siphoning money out of naïve people’s pockets and overcharging for worthless products. Unfortunately, Americans have good reasons for their negative perspective. Some salespeople market dishonestly, some companies … Continue reading Is Marketing a Worthwhile Career for the Christian?
Just last week, I was in a car accident. My car was totaled. I had to take time off work and school to sort through all the information for the insurance companies, rental places, and chiropractor. And even now as I'm writing this, I'm laying on a heating pad, grimacing, because of the pain in … Continue reading When Things Go Wrong