choosing college: three barriers to overcome

Choosing to go to college, rather than university, was both the easiest and most difficult big life decision I’ve had to make. It wasn’t until I had received acceptances to all the universities that I applied to that I realized none of the options felt right. So, I found myself applying to college three days […]

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23 | a year of obscurity

In his book To Hell With The Hustle, Jefferson Bethke writes, “One of the worst and most insidious parts of our overconnected society is we give no margin for Jesus to deal with us in the darkness. We can’t hear him in our trauma or problems or hurt or pain, because we let everyone else […]

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my testimony

My testimony is something I’ve struggled with because it doesn’t have that climactic moment that so many do. Being born and raised in a Christian home, while such an incredible blessing, was also my biggest obstacle to overcome in my walk with the Lord. My journey hasn’t been one of finding God per say, but […]

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stripped, bare, gloriously raw

I knew it was coming, it was inevitable. It came to me while I sat on the train, like a giant wave washing over me, a crystal clear awareness of every single thing that wasn’t quite right in my life. It wasn’t the first time and it likely won’t be the last. I knew what […]

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my move to toronto

I guess the title gives it away, but it is in fact true: I’ve moved to Toronto! There are so many things that I feel I want to say about this move and about this new season of life, so please bear with me as I attempt to articulate a million thoughts and feelings in […]

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what 2018 taught me

Over the past week I’ve been trying to organize my thoughts on 2018. If I had to pinpoint in just a few words all that this year involved and taught me, what would those words be? The struggle wasn’t trying to find the words, the struggle has been narrowing them down to only a few. […]

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