My friend, Ryan, has a saying that there are ‘no such thing as coincidences’. Perhaps he’s wrong and the world is just perfectly timed coincidences; but I’d like to think otherwise.
Let go and let God – it sounds so easy, but the reality of forgiveness takes surrender and time.
We always talk about just do it, just take the leap. Now I talk about what happens after you take the leap.
Since it’s not exactly a career option to grow up and be ‘my mother’, I’ll just grow up and go on my own path and be like my mother instead.
It takes a lot of hindsight and perspective to know how far the disciples came from being fishermen, and how far I’ve grown since the age of 13.
In this post, I trace and break down a subconscious prayer that became the starting point of how my life took a massive plot twist.
Writing is hard, but I delve deeper into what makes my blog-writing much harder, and what I do to overcome the hurdles of telling my story.
Using Nicodemus’ story from John 3 as a framework, I talk about what I told Ed Westwick about not dating a non-Christian boy, because as the title gives the post away – it’s all about the heart.
In the final post about the future, I talk about knowledge, wisdom and discernment, and why discernment is the most important of the three.
In a world that’s getting lonelier and more isolated, I write about how we look forward to the future (especially my wedding celebration) – with others in it.