Faith

The Common Ground of Coffee

The Common Ground of Coffee

It’s funny, the seemingly mundane things God uses to bring us together. I’ve been a morning person for as long as I can remember, probably because I am just like my mom, and she is the epitome of a morning person. As a child I […]

Walk Free

Walk Free

As 2018 begins, I have spent a lot of time thinking about this previous year. The things I accomplished, the things I failed to accomplish, and the things I want to change in this new year. Since we’re being honest and transparent here, I will […]

Don’t Wish These Days Away

Don’t Wish These Days Away

Scrolling through Instagram this morning I came across a picture of one of my friends hiking in the mountains and thought, “ugh, I wish I was there.” Browsing Facebook last night I scrolled past a video of a friend who had just had a baby […]

The Trap Of Comparison and 6 Ways To Avoid It

The Trap Of Comparison and 6 Ways To Avoid It

Oh comparison, what an easy trap you are to fall into. The Trap Of Comparison Something as simple as scrolling through Instagram can lead to comparison, wishing we had her hair. Wishing we could travel as much as she does. Wishing our life was as […]

Finding Your Identity

Finding Your Identity

As young adults stumbling our way through life, a lot of us spend a good amount of time trying to figure out who we are. Some people think they’ll find their identity in their career, others in sports, boyfriends or girlfriends, hobbies or money. The […]

The Thankful Project

The Thankful Project

I can be a pretty anxious person. I also overthink everything and worry about the little things in life way too much. I’ve been going through an even more difficult season of life and through it, I have struggled with being thankful. God has blessed […]

Undeserved Invitation

Undeserved Invitation

My best friend and I took a cross-country road trip the summer before our senior year of college. We spent about 3 and a half weeks traveling from Indiana to California and back. All we took with us was a tent, a couple of sleeping […]

Trail To Freedom

Trail To Freedom

My first backpacking trip was in Glacier National Park. It was four days and about 60 miles. The goal was to hit a summit which was close to 9,000 feet of elevation. I had packed a bag with everything I would need for those four […]