identity

when was the last time you thought about your faith?

In 2020, a survey was conducted by the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University with horrifying results. They saw that although 65 percent of American adults describe themselves as Christians, only one-third of these same adults believe they will go to heaven solely because of confessing their sins and embracing Jesus as their Savior.… Continue reading when was the last time you thought about your faith?

culture · identity · relationships

how to support others without sounding cliché

Do you ever get the feeling that someone is watching you? Do you ever go through seasons of life where it feels like nothing is working for your favor? Like someone is throwing every hardship your way, just to see what you do next? Do you ever feel like you're stretched so dang thin, you… Continue reading how to support others without sounding cliché

culture · identity

how to survive the weight of the world

My heart has been heavy this last year. And I'm pretty sure we all feel the same. The American climate, altogether politically, emotionally, and spiritually, has been anything but healthy over the past twenty-four months. Filled with anger, judgement, regret, fear, depression, anxiety, and so much more, we are left feeling empty, drained, confused, and… Continue reading how to survive the weight of the world

culture · identity · relationships

why we shouldn’t be striving to get back to normal

After over a year, I've finally made it back to this platform! I wanted to take a second before I dive into our topic for today to thank each and every one of you for continually asking me how my writing is going. Every single time someone new asked me about this blog and if… Continue reading why we shouldn’t be striving to get back to normal

career · culture · identity

it’s okay to take time to find your purpose

This is going to sound crazy, but I don't think I ever realized how incredible of a feeling finding one of your biggest passions can be. When I was growing up, especially when I left to go to college, a question that always surrounded me was this idea that I needed to figure out my… Continue reading it’s okay to take time to find your purpose

identity · relationships

7 verses to lean on when you need support

Over the past few days I've begun to pray about a venture that might ultimately change the course of my life. I touched a little on this in my previous blog post, but never delved into specifics. While I still am not comfortable with fully explaining what is going on right now, it's been something… Continue reading 7 verses to lean on when you need support

career · culture

why crushed dreams don’t equal a crushed future

We've all been through it before: an idea all of a sudden pops into our heads, and it starts to consume our minds. The more time we spend thinking about it, the more excited we get. Maybe we start to do research, ask questions, consult friends and family, and even pray about it! Then we… Continue reading why crushed dreams don’t equal a crushed future