Monthly Archives: May 2014

Deliberate

It’s weird how quickly a year passed by, and how I’m now in the midst of the putting-together of my cousin’s graduation party. We left the house at about 3:30pm yesterday afternoon. Gracie, Jimmy, and I began the eight-hour drive … Continue reading

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While I’m Waiting

Today was all about time…and patience….oh, patience. There’s a certain amount of boldness that comes with praying for patience, because you can be sure that when you’re on your knees, asking the Great God Almighty to gift you with patience, … Continue reading

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Remembering What Matters

I honestly think welve-year-old little brothers find genuine enjoyment out of being as annoying as they can possibly manage. It’s like the only they can communicate is through the most frustratingly taunting noises and words and facial expressions imaginable. Oh, … Continue reading

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God Bless America

What would my faith be like if my nation wasn’t free? What if all of my freedom, physical freedom, was stripped away? Would I still believe in God’s sovereignty? If I didn’t live in this country, how different would things … Continue reading

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I’m Going On An Adventure!

So, apparently, when you stop denying God’s plan for your life (even if it’s just in one area of your life) and accept and embrace it, you finally have peace, you don’t worry, you’re able to just move on and … Continue reading

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The Wonder of it All

I’m beginning to realize that training to be a camp counselor at a Christian summer camp is much harder and much more difficult than I thought. I spent the morning working out, running, doing Zumba. Actually, I spent most of … Continue reading

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Risen

I push through the crowd, shorter than all of the men around me. There are few women, though it’s hard to tell since everyone’s voices blend together as they yell, “Crucify him! Crucify him!” The words bleed through my heart … Continue reading

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