On the Same Team

Confession: I butt heads with my mom. I can be particular and independent, she is passionate and involved. We’re both fiery, in our own ways, and stubborn. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. We don’t hit conflict often, but when we do it’s heavy, hurtful and hard for us both. Yet here’s the…

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Tell the story of the mountains you climbed. Your words could be a page in someone else’s survival guide.

Morgan Harper Nichols

Motherhood: A Dichotomy

Motherhood. Not at all what I expected.  So much more than I imagined.  Much harder than described.  Giving myself more easily than before.  Loving so deeply.  Caring less about things I vowed.  Missing the old me. Liking this version so much better. Can feel so isolating.  Can’t be done without others.  Itching to show just…

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2020 Reading List

2019 was the year I did it… I finally purchased a Kindle. For the past three years, all year long I would tell myself that the next time Kindles went on sale (i.e. Prime Day & Black Friday) I would purchase one. And then those days would come, I would convince myself I didn’t want…

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Whom have I in heaven but you?
And earth has nothing I desire besides you.
My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.

Psalm 75:25-26 NIV

Worship Over Winning

“We cannot seek God’s glory and our own at the same time. If any part of our heart is divided, seeking to win rather than seeking to wonder at His goodness, let’s quit right now.” – Jess Connolly, Go & Tell Gals Podcast This morning I was listening to a podcast by one of my…

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Celebrity Culture & Christianity

We’ve heard it so often before. Where we categorize the talents and status of others based on another human. Beyonce has become as much an adjective as she is a noun. We keep up with the Kardashians and benchmark others off of them… and there are so many of them. No one can enjoy home…

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Some women are lost in the fire. Some women are built from it. If we’re made of fire, let’s go back in and pull out our sisters.

Tiffini Kilgore