A small summary of my time with Mosaic this summer; a starting glimpse of a blog series on the stories within the summer.
It’s counterintuitive: to prepare for bigger things, God makes us smaller. But here’s why it’s important to serve before you lead (and serve while you lead).
Time is limited and limiting, but within the boundaries of time are endless stories and moments that are part of a larger infinite plan.
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.
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.