Today, I registered for my last semester of undergrad. Also, in the very same day I began the process of applying to seminary. My future is coming in hot and quick, and let me just say-- I'M FREAKING OUT!!!! Four years ago, when I felt like I was being called to ministry, I remember telling… Continue reading The Plans I Have For You
A few months ago, I wrote a post entitled, "Having a Quiet Time" about my journey with having a Daily Quiet time, and how exactly to have a quiet time for those who don't know how or those who are struggling in their own. In that post, I mentioned that not only do I study… Continue reading Prayer Journaling (A Beginner’s Guide)
I'm writing a book! Yay!
Hello friends!! This semester, I am in a class called Pentateuch, which is whole class dedicated to the first 5 books of Scripture. And it is my favorite class this semester, perhaps of my whole college career. I have been learning so much, and God has been really speaking to me through this class, and… Continue reading All Things
AHHH!!! I can't believe it, you guys. Three Days freed is ONE YEAR OLD, today!! One year ago today, I wrote my first blog post about why I decided to become what I like to proudly say, "a Jesus blogger." If you haven't read it, and you're desperate to see what I had to say… Continue reading One Year Anniversary Post!!!
I started this blog post over and over again. Erasing it from my notebook, deleting it from my computer--only to rewrite it. It took me days to finish it and I debated on whether or not to publish it , but with encouragement from a friend and the prodding of the Holy Spirit, here we are! Self-esteem. Ten… Continue reading To the Girl in the Mirror
(First, before I get on with this blog post, I just want to apologize to all of you for the short hiatus. I have been meaning to publish this post a while ago, but I have been in the middle of transitioning back into school and my laptop has been acting funny. Once I get… Continue reading Summer Wrap-Up Favorites and Recommendations
Yesterday was the last day of my summer internship. I was sad as I said goodbye to the pastor, secretary, the kids, and some of their parents. It's hard to believe that I will not be seeing them on a regular basis. They've come to mean so much to me. I LOVED my summer. I have gotten… Continue reading Ministry Advice (From the Summer Intern)