Beauty from the Ashes

A Generation of Revival

hypocrisy, fake people, and what we’re supposed to do about it (pt. 1)

  “Fake people.” Most of us cringe at the words, most of us know it as our greatest pet peeve. There’s a person right now coming to the forefront of your mind when you read the word “fake.” Maybe he... Continue Reading →


when God is silent

When I was a junior in high school, I went through this very weird period in my walk with God where I felt like He was completely silent. I didn’t feel Him, hear His voice, or know what direction He... Continue Reading →


  We like to think of our walk with Christ as a journey uphill. The older you get, the farther up you climb. Closer and closer to God as you reach the top of the mountain. There are times when... Continue Reading →

what good can come out of Nazareth?

Nathanael said to him, “Can anything good come out of Nazareth?” Philip said to him, “Come and see.” John 1:46 What good can come out of Nazareth? I can almost hear the disgust in Nathaniel’s voice. The Galileans had such... Continue Reading →

the lie we believe that our pain isn’t valid

    I am passionate about enabling this generation to live for Christ. If you know me, you can usually guess that within about 2 seconds. As this passion develops, as I try to soak in what my peers want... Continue Reading →

what to do when you’re not content with your relationship status

Lately, a huge trend I’ve noticed within this generation is that we are quite obsessed with relationships. Not in a bad way, but it seems like every conversation I have with people the topic seems to come up. But not... Continue Reading →

when you feel like you’re not enough

What happens when you feel like you’re not enough? When you feel like you lack the ability to keep up with the world, to love yourself for who you are, when you just can’t seem to see yourself the same... Continue Reading →

what I’ve learned in college so far

  In this particular season of life I am in, there is a lot of instability when it comes to what we are supposed to do with our lives. So many people change their majors, change schools, and change career... Continue Reading →

to the student struggling with sharing their faith in school

All throughout high school, I constantly struggled with how to share Jesus with the people around me. I went to a Christian school, yet I felt like there was still so many living in the darkness. I strived to share... Continue Reading →

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