Leaving Comfort

Comfort. It’s found in our homes, families, big sweaters, food, social media pages, and many other things. Where do you find your comfort? God did miraculous things in, through, for, and around me my freshman year of high school. While that is a wonderful season to reflect upon, I have to be seeking and seeing […]

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The Unashamed Project Scholarship

On the day of the Unashamed Project (September 30th, 2017), I woke up around 6:00 am, went into the community dorm bathroom and listened to God inspired and fueled songs while I got ready. After putting away my beauty bag, pajamas, and other essentials, I exited the doors of the dorm building. The air outside […]

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The 40 Day Prayer Challenge

People read books more often than they meet authors. In Day 2 of his book Draw the Circle, Mark Batterson says, “The right book in the right hands at the right time can save a marriage, avert a mistake, plant a seed, conceive a dream, solve a problem, and prompt a prayer.” God opened my eyes […]

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This is Living

“So much can happen in a week” stated the sticker I placed inside my journal last Monday. I was battling spiritual warfare, realizing I had allowed some idols into my life. Jesus reminded me that a relationship without communication is nonexistent. After deleting all social media apps off of my phone and iPad, a personal revival […]

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Know Who You’re Fighting

Spiritual warfare is no joke. The enemy is constantly seeking to devour God’s children. I wrote these words in my journal a few days ago. Sometimes we have to literally remind the enemy that we’re not afraid of him. We have already overcome him and his army because of Jesus’ power that lives within us. […]

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Make it Happen

“When the time is right, I, The Lord, will make it happen.” These words keep being brought to my mind and impressed upon my heart. Although it’s stated a little differently, Isaiah 60:22 carries the same meaning. What’s God trying to say? He’s much more present in our world today than we’d ever dare to […]

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United Conference 2017

Being united looks like building bridges rather than fences.  Fences separate people, organizations, churches, and families. They create a line that is uninviting. Bridges, on the other hand, connect people. They overcome barriers, setbacks, and division. Tanglewood Church, my church family, is committed to building bridges and tearing down fences. Last weekend 400 students gathered […]

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