I am not who I once was. Correction. I am not who I once believed myself to be. Let me explain. For years I worked to define myself through a projected image. Throughout my 20 years of life I have worn a variety of masks. This was especially true during my high school years not … Continue reading I Am Not Who I Once Was: The Theology of Identity
Sometimes I write because I have something weighing on my heart. Other times, I write because I am avoiding homework. This post is a result of the later. Fall is almost here. Last week the temperature went below 75 degrees and became giddy with anticipation and excitement. Trader Joes has a display with leaves and … Continue reading A Shift in Seasons
It could not have been a more perfect arrangement. My friend Molly had been trying to get me to work at a tutoring center called Urban Christian Academy for almost two years. However, life kept getting in the way, I found my job in Moody's Admission's office last spring, and I really did not have … Continue reading “Teacher, teacher”
I had a free evening recently and I got sentimental so I picked up my old high school scrapbook. I do this every once and a while (usually when I miss my family), and it never fails to make me smile. I made the scrapbook my senior year for my high school grad party and … Continue reading All Around the World
There is just something about sunshine… This week went by in a blur, and I mean that in the best way possible. Sunday I was freezing to death with Autumn and Molly in Chinatown for the Chinese New Year parade, and today (Saturday), my window is open and it is a beautiful 61 degrees out! … Continue reading There’s Just Something About Sunshine…
A new semester, a new schedule, a new set of challenges. I am starting my fourth semester here at Moody, and I feel like I go through this thought process of sorts at the beginning of every semester. So what do I do? I write about it of course. 😉 So new semester- I'm taking … Continue reading A New Semester- An Old Lesson
"Well, what's the point in that? Why? Aren't you too old for that? How is this going to help you in ministry?" These are just a smattering of the questions I seem to get asked whenever I go to the gym, talk about what I'm reading about, or post any dance related picture on social … Continue reading What’s the Point(e)?