The journey of a Christian is not an easy one. There are many lessons to be learned, much growth to be done and many tears to shed. But in the end there is joy! With this blog I expect to share my lessons, my growth, and my tears that you may be encouraged.
Now I’m not strung out and acting crazy, but I would be lying if I said that I’m not a little stuck right now as I’m transitioning into this new life as a graduate student.
There is a community of people just waiting to love you. Or in some cases, there is a community of people just waiting for YOU to love THEM. God has given me friends to meet me in every season of my life yet I’ve always questioned the validity of those friendships.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted. God’s been teaching me a few things. Hope you enjoy!
I feel like every Christian goes through seasons of growing pains. God reveals another layer of things that we need to surrender and turn over to Him. So yesterday was one of those days. One of my friends called me and just warned me to be careful about who I drink with. It completely took … Continue reading Am I Missing Something?
As long as we remember that our ministry is to God only, there is no need to stress or worry about the big picture. All that we can do is to pray to God for guidance and take small steps of faith every day trusting that God will make every step clear at the right time.
Sometimes we feel like nothing we do it ever good enough. But I’m here to tell you that that’s not true. We cannot let our feelings dictate the truth to us. The truth is: You are AMAZING! You are a HARD-WORKER! You are APPRECIATED!
You did it (or you’re almost done)! You got your degree and you’re proud of yourself because you accomplished something great! The graduation ceremony was a success and your family is beaming with pride. Then 3 weeks pass and the excitement quickly fades and you are faced with the question of your future.
Here are some of my thoughts in reflection of V-Day 2019!!
Sometimes in order to stay optimistic about hopeless situations, like debt, we have to make changes in our lives that while it might seem painful at the beginning, in the end it will lead to success.