sing a loud song of redemption

I was able to attend my home church a few weeks ago and a lady in the congregation approached me to congratulate me on Zach and I’s engagement. She concluded by saying, “God certainly provides doesn’t He?” Lately I’ve felt guilty when I might lean on the side of “oversharing” in conversations face to faceContinue reading “sing a loud song of redemption”

september good list.

it’s easy to get caught up in the everydayness, in the hustle of these autumn school-laced, work-packed days. here’s how i’m counting the fruit, pausing to take in all that the Lord is doing, processing the beautiful and bittersweet in all this chaos. coldplay playing coffee swigging black finger nails breathtaking light through trees aContinue reading “september good list.”

21 reasons why i love my boyfriend.

It’s my best friend’s birthday. I’m feeling all the feelings, grateful for his life and sad that we can’t be together and joyful that he chooses to fight for our relationship across hundreds of miles every single day. He turns 21 and these are just 21 reasons why I have fallen in love with him.Continue reading “21 reasons why i love my boyfriend.”

the broken way: a playlist of hope & remembering

The Broken Way by Ann Voskamp has been a powerful catalyst in my life since I first opened one of my first launch team e-mails in September 2016 and started scrolling through chapter one, to highlighting on my Mac late into the night so that I could finish the book before I met Ann herself,Continue reading “the broken way: a playlist of hope & remembering”

a slice of nostalgia

Thank-you, Jesus, for nights that bring peace in a homesick season and a memory that comes home like an old friend even after many years. Here’s to holy and slow moving stories, unforgettable summer nights, and beating the odds. One of my favorite summer memories was laying on a wooden trailer in the middle ofContinue reading “a slice of nostalgia”