Beauty from the Ashes

A Generation of Revival

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 →


Rejection & Its Brutality

  Rejection. We all know this word too well. We’ve all been acquainted with its pain. With the doubts and the lies and the fears that come with it. We all know the hurt. In fact, I’m sure if I... Continue Reading →

Repeat. Remind. Remember. 

Sitting on the floor of my somewhat empty room and let me tell you I've forgotten what a MESS moving is. It's kind of crazy and I just forgot what a bear it is. It's fun and exciting but I... Continue Reading →

The Day In Between

  Yesterday was “Good Friday;” tomorrow is “Easter Sunday.” And today? Well some call it “Sad Saturday.” Can you imagine what Jesus’s friends and family went through today? What appeared to be a hopeless, devastating tragedy took place. Their son,... Continue Reading →

Expectations and their misery

I think expectations are the thief of joy. Comparison and its greedy paws are right up there with it, but expectations destroy a lot of things too. We have a set vision for how our life, day, or even just... Continue Reading →

When The Waters Rise

  “Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against... Continue Reading →

The Power of Words

“The tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit.” Proverbs 18:21 The tongue has the power of life and death. The magnitude of the words when put into perspective is breathtaking.... Continue Reading →

Your Story Matters

I’m just a girl with an average story. I was born into a Christian home, I’ve gone to church and a Christian school my whole life, and I’ve been saved since I was 7. I don’t drink, smoke, do drugs,... Continue Reading →

4 Myths I believed about Senior Year

  “I’ll know where I’m going to school by September.”  False. False False False. I was 100% that I wasn’t going to “slack” and be one of those people who decided as they were walking across the stage where they... Continue Reading →

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