Spiritual Formation

Art and Identity

I watched a random video on my newsfeed yesterday that quoted Albert Einstein saying, “Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” Until a couple years ago, in a way, I felt like that fish.

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The Third Mile

The further I journey into life as an adult and specifically as a wife and a mom the more I learn that this stage and these roles are best-summarized by the word again. Spending the day with little ones means that very little is actually ever permanently checked off the to-do list. It means less sleep or

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Grace in the Tension

Are there parts of Scripture that you just don’t understand? Maybe you’re a Type A, planner, detail-oriented personality that has a “necessity” to know how things work. Maybe it makes you feel uneasy that sometimes God’s Word seems to leave us with more questions than answers. Maybe you feel like a two year old always

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Daily Time With The Lord

There are many things I admire about my mother. One of the biggest has always been her devotion to the Lord. I have fond memories of her cozied up on our big green sofa with her Bible, journal, highlighters and notes scattered all around her. I remember specifically the mornings I would get up before

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Seeking Biblical Community

When I moved overseas sixteen years ago I found myself thinking a lot about community. I guess moving to a new place reminded me immediately of what I had left behind. I realized just how much support, encouragement, love….well community I had with my church family and how hard it was going to be to

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