Lessons from the Law: God and Social Justice

I hit 100 blog followers this week...what?? Thank you so much to all of you wonderful followers! It means so much to me that you take the time to read what I have to say, and I hope it continues to be an encouragement to you! So far in this series, I've covered the sacrificial laws and the building instructions. … Continue reading Lessons from the Law: God and Social Justice

February 2017 Month in Review

Love. It's what makes the world go 'round, or so they say, and in the month of February it seems like love is all everyone talks about. Candy, flowers, romantic comedies, and those adorable "relationship goals". It's all light, fluffy, happy, and wonderful. This is the world's brand of love. Have you bought into it? … Continue reading February 2017 Month in Review

4 Ways to Stay Content in Singleness (The Relationship Series, part 5)

Read the other posts here: God's Purpose for Romance, God's Purpose for Singleness, Avoiding Drama and Temptation, Developing Your Convictions   For the final post of this series, I want to address singleness one more time. Because it's one thing to decide you aren't going to date in high school, and it's something else altogether to actually rest in … Continue reading 4 Ways to Stay Content in Singleness (The Relationship Series, part 5)

Developing Your Convictions on Dating (The Relationship Series, part 4)

If you missed the first three parts to this series, find them here: God’s Purpose for Romance, God’s Purpose for Singleness, and Avoiding Drama and Temptation. I've spent several weeks sharing the reasons for my choice not to date in high school. To recap: The purpose of dating is to see if someone is potential husband or wife … Continue reading Developing Your Convictions on Dating (The Relationship Series, part 4)

Why I’m Not Dating in High School, part 3: Avoiding Drama and Temptation

If you missed it: part 1 (God's purpose for romance) and part 2 (God's purpose for singleness) When you think of teenage relationships, what comes to mind? For me, it's two-week long couples, messy breakups, ongoing drama, physical commitment without long-term stability... Maybe you've had better experiences with young relationships; I'm sure there are some out there that survive … Continue reading Why I’m Not Dating in High School, part 3: Avoiding Drama and Temptation