I feel like there are opposing opinions within the Christian community when it comes to asking for signs from God. Sometimes a girl needs guidance, and I’ve been both encouraged to and discouraged from asking for specific signs. I’ve been told that God wants us to follow His will for our lives, but that some… Read More Praying For Signs: Do or Don’t?
With the young adults group I attend being off for the summer, my Sunday nights have opened up. This Sunday, my family and I decided to scroll through the list of movies on Rogers on Demand, and came across the Christian movie Breakthrough. I’ll try not to spoil the movie too much. If you don’t… Read More Movie Thoughts: Breakthrough
Reading is one of my greatest joys in life, but my to-be-read list exceeds my lifespan. Therefore, I must be choosy. Making it a mission of mine to actually read the highly-praised literary classics, of course that had to include George Orwell’s 1984. I recently finished the dystopian novel a month ago with a pang… Read More What 1984 Taught Me About Worship
I like to listen to podcasts while I drive alone, generally of sermons. The most recent podcast I’ve listened to reminded me that Jesus is the light of the world. And it got me thinking. If Jesus is the light of the world, and as Christians we live in the light, we are of light—then… Read More God Is A Flashlight
Some food for thought as we start our week.… Read More Perspective on Justice—A Look At Jonah 4
As much as we pay attention to our in-person presence, let’s be mindful of what we share online.… Read More Use Your Platforms
If you know me offline (or online) at all, you’ll know that I absolutely love anything and all things Disney. My laptop background and phone case are of the Disney castle, and my laptop decal is of Snow White. I have an entire wall in my bedroom dedicated to Disney portraits, and I have countless… Read More For The Single Ladies
The new year has started—it’s February, guys—and yet I can’t get Christmas off my mind. Perhaps it’s the monochrome frozen landscape around me, but I yearn for brightly coloured twinkling lights and warm, turkey dinners under a star-lit sky. If there’s one story to cross my mind during the Christmas season, it’s the nativity story.… Read More What Is Your Christmas Star?
You’re off to work, or school, first thing in the morning. Grabbing a caffeinated drink, you hastily shove a half-burnt piece of toast into your mouth before you rush out the door, avoiding the downpour outside, and you get in the car. The inevitable accident on the highway causes you to be late, and you can’t… Read More I Don’t Know Anything, And That’s Okay
Somehow, it’s already the end of August. When the new year of 2018 rolled in, I had the best of intentions to post often and regularly. But somehow I hadn’t taken into account how my mind works, my schedule, and self-placed expectations. As we approaching the end of summer, I realize that I’ve hit a… Read More When You’ve Hit Burnout