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Finding the Gospel in the Midst of Sweeping Crumbs & Doing Laundry

This was originally published on The Women around SE Blog. I originally wrote this in 2019, so it does have a few edits from the original publishing. "Lord, where is the Gospel in my homemaking?" This is a prayer I whispered to the Lord countless times. I love being a (mostly) stay at home mom,… Continue reading Finding the Gospel in the Midst of Sweeping Crumbs & Doing Laundry

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Celebrating Christmas, Along with our Unity + Freedom in Christ

Morning by Morning was one of the first ministries to publish my writing. They’re no longer an active site, so I’m excited to share some of my pieces here in my own space (with a few updated edits, such as the age of my children). Another Christmas season is here! I love this time of… Continue reading Celebrating Christmas, Along with our Unity + Freedom in Christ

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What Having Children Old Enough to Understand the Gospel Taught Me about the Gospel

The moment we knew of our children, we began praying for their salvation, for we know this is their greatest need. By God’s grace, He saved Hunter in summer 2020. Before then, Hunter asked lots of salvation-related questions. Even now, Isaac is beginning to ask similar ones. We’ve spoken of the Gospel to our children… Continue reading What Having Children Old Enough to Understand the Gospel Taught Me about the Gospel

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“Great is Thy Faithfulness”- Markers of God’s Faithfulness

Morning by Morning was one of the first ministries to publish my writing. They’re no longer an active site, so I’m excited to share some of my pieces here in my own space. It was a typical February day when my family received a phone call that would forever change us. Duke University Hospital was… Continue reading “Great is Thy Faithfulness”- Markers of God’s Faithfulness

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A Decade of Marriage- Reflecting on Lessons through the Storms + God’s Faithfulness

Jack and I celebrate a whole decade of marriage today. 10 years ago, we said, “I do” surrounded by people who love us, celebrated at a reception full of desserts, and then drove away in Jack’s truck that was covered in sticky notes. We both knew marriage was a gift and the seriousness of it.… Continue reading A Decade of Marriage- Reflecting on Lessons through the Storms + God’s Faithfulness

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Doing “Big” Things for Jesus- Does that Really Include Changing Diapers?

There are many hard things as we transition to motherhood. Diapers are overwhelming, there’s little sleep, & the spit-up is just plain gross. While these things are difficult, personally, the hardest transition for me was in regards to ministry. When Hunter was born, I went from participating in every youth event to sitting in the… Continue reading Doing “Big” Things for Jesus- Does that Really Include Changing Diapers?