About

Hi! I’m Grace.

I’m a seventeen-year-old Christian teen. I’m also a rebelutionary. (google The Rebelution if you don’t know what that is. Then go read Do Hard Things.)

My Mission Statement

This blog is a way for me to encourage my fellow Christian teens in their everyday Christian life. I want to give you practical advice for the struggles you face and remind you that, in Christ, you are never alone. I hope that through my writing you will be encouraged, inspired, and equipped for whatever your life holds.

What You Will Find Here

  • Posts exploring theology, the Bible, and how it applies to our lives
  • Practical life advice for Christian teens in many different areas
  • Reflections on Christianity, faith, and the Christian walk
  • Reviews of resources (books, movies, music, etc.) that I love and that you might find helpful

Some More About Me

  • I am an introvert. Being with people is fun, but it drains my energy.
  • I live in the U.S., with two parents, three sisters, a dog, and a parrot.
  • I attend public high school and do ballet and modern dance. I hope to be a teacher and continue dancing in the future.
  • I am an avid reader and a hopeful novelist. (tooooo many book ideas!)
  • I sing in the chorus and play the piano.
  • Some things I love are books, movies, tea, lattes, yoga, planners, clothes, makeup, cities (specifically New York City), Broadway, notebooks, and chocolate.
  • I’ve also answered lots of questions about myself under the Awards and Tags category, so check that out!

 

New posts go up at least once a week. I hope you stick around, and I look forward to sharing this journey with you!

love, grace

 

8 thoughts on “About

    • graceevalyn says:

      Welcome! I’m so glad you’re here (especially being a Lunar chronicles fan, haha…)! And I definitely agree with you about Cress. I really liked Cinder as well, but Cress was my favorite.

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  1. haileyhudson says:

    Hey, I found your blog from the Rebelution. I read through some of your old posts and really, really enjoyed them. The Internet is such a cool thing (well, sometimes), how you can impact so many people! I’m also a major introvert (lol), bookworm, writer, and I used to be a pianist. I subscribed and I’m looking forward to getting your new posts! (:

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  2. P says:

    Hey Grace! I just read your post about teenagers and reading, and I think you are completely right. We just had a book fair at our school and I saw a friend of mine there, so I proceeded to ask her about what books she could possibly be getting. She replied with: “Well, I haven’t found any books-I don’t really need any- and I don’t really read….” I think the excuses now a days are:
    “I don’t like to read.”
    or
    “I don’t need any new books.”

    Hope all is well!
    Love,
    P

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