June Recap + Looking Ahead

Even if you don't normally read through my monthly stats, you will want to read this one! I have an important update after I go through my stats.

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2018 Goals: May Recap

On the first of each month, I will look back at the previous month and evaluate how I did with reaching my 2018 goals. This will accomplish two purposes: first, it will keep me accountable. Second, it will give me a visual of where I'm at and where I need to improve in the coming … Continue reading 2018 Goals: May Recap

2018 Goals: April Recap

At the end of each month, I will look back and evaluate how I did with reaching my 2018 goals. This will accomplish two purposes: first, it will keep me accountable. Second, it will give me a visual of where I'm at and where I need to improve in the coming month. You can find … Continue reading 2018 Goals: April Recap

2018 Goals: March Recap

On the last day of each month, I will look back at the month and evaluate how I did with reaching my 2018 goals. This will accomplish two purposes: first, it will keep me accountable. Second, it will give me a visual of where I'm at and where I need to improve in the coming … Continue reading 2018 Goals: March Recap

On Obedience

Recently, I shared blog posts on why good theology matters, and another on the dangers that result from putting righteousness before man in front of righteousness before God. Because good theology matters and because legalism is harmful, it is important to discuss obedience. I love this quote. It sums up a lot of biblical principles … Continue reading On Obedience

2018 Goals: February Recap

At the end of each month, I will look back at the month and evaluate how I did with reaching my 2018 goals. This will accomplish two purposes: first, it will keep me accountable. Second, it will give me a visual of where I'm at and where I need to improve in the coming month. … Continue reading 2018 Goals: February Recap

What It Means To Be a Helpmeet

Last week, I published a blog post on the dangers of purity culture. I briefly touched on my experience with that culture. I also went deeper into why purity culture is so harmful and where it strays from the gospel. Today's post is kind of a follow up, but most certainly stands on its own … Continue reading What It Means To Be a Helpmeet

The Whole30 Diaries: Round 1, Week 3

Each week, my husband, Reid, and I will be sharing our thoughts as we go through our first Whole30 together. We will be writing on this post each day as a sort of diary, sharing what each day is like for each of us as individuals. This week, we surpassed the halfway point, and are … Continue reading The Whole30 Diaries: Round 1, Week 3

The Whole30 Diaries: Round 1, Week 2

Each week, my husband, Reid, and I will be sharing our thoughts as we go through our first Whole30 together. We will be writing on this post each day as a sort of diary, sharing what each day is like for each of us as individuals. We have reached the end of week two, and … Continue reading The Whole30 Diaries: Round 1, Week 2

Dear Pro-Life Christian

Dear Pro-Life Christian, Hey there. You may be reading this and thinking, "isn't saying pro-life Christian a little redundant? Wouldn't every Christian automatically be pro-life?" That is what I once thought, too. Unfortunately, I was wrong. But that's not what this letter is about. If you are a believer and consider yourself to be pro-life, … Continue reading Dear Pro-Life Christian