Feeling disconnected from your church community? Chances are you’re not alone. Here are three ways to get your community rolling.
I’m learning to adjust to life after. Life after college, after babies, after a deaf ear. This happens to all of us, in some ways.
Just as we have over the past warm nine months, we’ll creatively adjust to the next colder three. In this post, I’ll share why I’m choosing hope we’ll turn this pandemic winter, this Plan B, into something truly beautiful.
As I sip my beverage and watch my girls play with neighbor friends from my lawn chair, I think to myself, “What a wonderful corona world.”
What if we teach our kids to be confident in who they are by the way we live our lives?
Maybe the Girl Scouts had it right. Sometimes you need to find a new tribe. “Make new friends and keep
There is no part of your story that He cannot redefine. There is nothing too broken for God to reweave and redeem.
Your people want to help, but they don’t know how if you don’t ask. Let’s be the type of family, believer, and friend that shares our crazy and loves each other out of theirs.
Let’s have patience with awkward beginnings and recognize that, as in all things, growing solid friendships and communities takes time.
I tried to not get too worked up about what it would look like if no one showed up; but thinking about what a thirty-year-old sitting in her driveway at her failed lemonade stand would look like was not a pretty picture.