This is going to be a very unpopular opinion, and I’m okay with that... I was there. I read the book and I bought into it. I fell prey into believing that I am in control and that what others think of me should never matter. I believed the lie that I should be … Continue reading Girl, stop “washing your face”
You may not be a football fan, and that’s okay. But I think we learn important lessons through sports. Today, my family and I sat and watched an emotional Saints game. I know there’s a lot of people who don’t understand that, but there is a lot of pride for the team who represents your … Continue reading Have a team focus outside of sports
Sometimes, I think I fail to share things here for one reason or another. "It's too short" or "it's not 'good enough,'" though I'm not sure what makes something enough. So, in 2019, I want to be better at sharing things that may be come off as less than perfect. Perhaps you need this today... … Continue reading Isaiah 58:11
Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about the concept of justice. The word usually brings to mind images of law enforcement officers, courts, and “justice being served”. It remains an abstract idea that sits in the back of our minds without much practical application outside of law enforcement. In reality, justice is so much more. … Continue reading Do justice, love kindness, walk humbly
Warning: This blog contains mature content and may make some audiences uncomfortable. Human trafficking is a global issue that touches the lives of over 40 million people—and that number continues to grow. A $150 billion industry (per year), human trafficking infiltrates economies, communities, and families. It impacts most of the nations throughout the world … Continue reading What is human trafficking — and why should I care?