I do. I promise. I will. RSVP. What do these words invoke in you? Maybe a sense of commitment? A sense of unease? Or a sense of excitement? Let me tell you a little story about these words and commitment. At my church I am a young adult women’s life group leader. I have a set schedule for the year… Read More
What happens when our gaze on the Lord goes out of focus? Where do we turn?
I don’t know about you, but I am impatient. After running my phone down to one percent battery life, I plug it in and want it to be immediately charged. I get frustrated when a webpage takes longer than .001 seconds to load. I seriously would rather use the microwave than wait for the oven to heat up. You’re going… Read More
Tirzah is Greek for “she is my delight.” A few years ago, I saw this definition somewhere on social media and it captured my heart. So, when it came time to start Tirzah Magazine, this word just wouldn’t let me go. People say that God knew our names before we were even born, and I believe this is true for our… Read More
Earlier in the week I read a great blog post called “10 Things Single People are Sick of Hearing.” It was unbelievably hilarious how spot on it was. I have totally heard all 10 of these statements probably the last three months alone. And although the article was great on the things singles don’t want to hear, it didn’t give… Read More
Last fall, I applied for a post-grad fellowship program that seemed to meet all the check marks on my list of “best job ever.” It was in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania near my family, would give me the opportunity to be mentored both professionally and spiritually, give me the chance to serve in a capacity at a church, and live in community with other people… Read More