Tag Archives: follower

26.2–The goal, the reason, the journey.

In case you are still part of the small population of people in my life who have not heard, I am running the 2015 Bank of America Chicago Marathon this October. This is easily the most absurd, terrifying, awesome, and … Continue reading

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Not goodbye, just see you later.

Can I just start out by saying that God is REALLY good? Despite all of the things that have happened recently, I have never had any room to doubt The Lord’s goodness. I am sitting here trying to figure out … Continue reading

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Appalachia Round Two (Spring Break 2015)

What happens when 14 college students and one really cool advisor road trip to rural West Virginia for a week? Magic. The answer is pure magic. This was the second year that I had the privilege of serving in Appalachia … Continue reading

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He will provide, oh yes he will.

As some of you probably know, my financial situation hasn’t exactly been picture perfect lately. As is with most college students, I was staring in the face of medical debt while also trying to fund raise for a mission trip. … Continue reading

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Spring Break 2015: Guyan Valley, West Virginia

As I breathe in the fresh, mountain air I feel myself becoming intoxicated, Drunk off of the fumes of pristine nature, and long days full of hard work, I decide to swap the palm trees for pine trees, I swap … Continue reading

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holding hands

I feel You reach down and grab my hand, Your grip is firm and permanent. I know that You are never letting go. I have cried out like a little child for this I have yearned for Your hand, and … Continue reading

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the path.

because, I’ve been down that path before and I swore I would never go back but, here I am. standing at the edge of the path, my wandering feet already defying my logical mind. My one fatal mistake? I looked … Continue reading

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being lukewarm amidst the crazy love.

Recently, I have been doing a lot of self evaluation and reflection. I began reading the book “Crazy Love” by Francis Chan. I think it has been the most challenging book I have ever read just after the Bible itself. … Continue reading

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A White Woman’s Response to Ferguson

Anger. Frustration. Disbelief. These words, and other synonymous words, are the only way I can think to describe my response to the violence that has taken place in Ferguson, Missouri. The troubling thing: Ferguson is not the first, nor will … Continue reading

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Purpose.

I know I am living for a purpose, filled daily with the perfect love, with the peace I can’t understand, storms may rock me and shake me, but they will NEVER stop me, I will continue to follow, as my … Continue reading

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