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Color Palettes and Kid’s Ministry: What an Introverted Wife Gleaned from a Children’s Ministry Conference

“You carry a color inside of you that only you possess.”—Martijn van Tilborgh This past week, I had the privilege of attending KidMin Nation MegaCon 2018—a gathering of children’s and youth ministers from over 10 nations. On top of being a fun road trip and a socially rewarding experience, the conference also proved to be… Continue reading Color Palettes and Kid’s Ministry: What an Introverted Wife Gleaned from a Children’s Ministry Conference

Spiritual Life

How Moralistic Should Christian Fiction Be?

Note: Much prayer and thought has gone into this post. I want to thank my friends Micah, Naomi, Sarah, and every adult who has fostered my love of different writing styles. Without my horizons and comfort zone being stretched, I wouldn’t have even the humble amount of insight I hope to encourage someone with in… Continue reading How Moralistic Should Christian Fiction Be?

Spiritual Life

The “Christian Ideal”: Reconsidering Our Views on Weakness and Strength in the Life of a Jesus Follower

Good afternoon, readers! Today I'm home sick, so I thought it would be a good time to share a blog post I've been considering for the last few weeks or so. I hope you enjoy! As I’ve been acclimating to new life stages—marriage, living independently, full-time work—God has impressed a key truth into my heart.… Continue reading The “Christian Ideal”: Reconsidering Our Views on Weakness and Strength in the Life of a Jesus Follower

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Mocha with Micah: A Christmas Interview

In downtown Colorado Springs, a brand new, tiny Christmas ritual began this past December. Two young women who had interned as publishing assistants over the summer went on a yuletide adventure, sampling coffee from across the city– old school buildings to hip, tiled joints with minimalist flair. On their final outing of the year, the… Continue reading Mocha with Micah: A Christmas Interview