Category: Faith

Devotionals For Advent

  What’s up, wonderful people? It’s been a hot minute since I’ve posted, mostly because of how busy college keeps me, but I’ve missed it. Hopefully, I can catch up on some posts over this break and breathe a little life …

LGBTQ+ -What To Do?

Dear reader,

As I’m sure you know, last month was pride month. I was hoping to get this post done by June, but now is as good a time as any to pitch in my two cents worth about this …

Blue Like Jazz: A Review

Heya wonderful readers! It’s been a while since I’ve reviewed something on here, so I figured now’s as good a time as any to rave about what’s quickly become one of my favorite Christian non-fiction books: Blue Like Jazz by …

When The World Falls Apart

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Dear girl with global anxiety,

I feel you. I’m not usually the type to stress about the way the world is headed, but lately, as I look at the news, it’s hard not to. Everyone is …

On The Fence

Hello friends, I am hoping to delve into a topic that I find is a problem today. This is something I have always struggled with, even as a child. So, through these sharings and findings, perhaps the Lord will help …

Nurturing the Soul

Hello friends, today is a bit of a different blog. Below, I have a short reflection piece of myself that I wish to share with you all. This is a bit vulnerable but I felt as if God was lightly …

Revamp Your Devotional Life

Summer is a great time (in my opinion, better than new year’s) to refresh your Bible study. And today, I have a few tips to help you revamp and recenter your devotional life.

• Find an opening prayer or devotion.

Immanuel Has Come: A Holy Week Bible Study

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I’ve always liked Lent, mournful as it is. In a way, it reminds me of a second Advent.

Throughout both seasons, we mourn our exile and our separation from the Lord of life, yet our mourning is …

Rediscover Grace

While I tittled this Rediscover Grace, it’s more like tripping and falling over it. Sometimes, you’re just awed by the patience and love of the Creator.

For some reason, although grace is the soul of Christianity, it can get shoved …