“And at the sixth hour, He will breathe His last, but breathe into me my first…’Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends (John 15:13).’ Continue reading Kneeling and Hanging: Maundy Thursday and Good Friday
Finally, when you walk across the aisle to lay hold of your diploma, you will know without a doubt that God’s faithfulness followed you all the way there. Continue reading Letter to My Freshmen Self
In death, there is no turning back, no last minute good deed, no “winging-it.” Continue reading Dead Come to Life
My scar is weakness sewn back together with Something much stronger: a Something that lets me laugh in the face of the anxieties we create for ourselves, a Something that is home no matter where I am, a Something that lets me look in the mirror and see the strength of the Rocky Mountains stand in perfection atop someone very weak, but very much at peace. Continue reading The Fourth Scar
As a dancer, you must ask yourself: How can I make His choreography, the ultimate choreography, my own, while still sticking to the Creator’s true intent? Continue reading Learning to Dance
You could easily be reading something else. Listening to something else. Watching something else. But, with no one other than God to thank, you aren’t. Continue reading Shorelines
What is God’s purpose for romance? Continue reading What is God’s Purpose for Romance?