It’s Okay to Not Be Okay

I’m overwhelmed. And I'm not going to pretend that I'm not. I won’t pretend I have everything figured out right now. I just want to be honest with y’all. The events of the last few months have been extremely hard for me to handle emotionally. With covid-19, multiple senseless death tragedies, and riots hitting too... Continue Reading →

5 Things You Should Know about Therapy

Mental health, physical health, and spiritual health are all beautifully intertwined. As a believer in Jesus, I am called to steward my mental, physical, and spiritual health with wisdom and discernment. One way that I take care of my mental health is by going to therapy regularly. Therapy has been a vital part of my... Continue Reading →

Unlikely Lessons from My Dental Hygienist

I had been avoiding this dentist appointment for months. I had already rescheduled at least once, maybe twice. Although it was just a routine cleaning, I was dreading it. At that point of my life though, I was dreading everything. To give you a little background, my chronic illnesses were flaring and I was at... Continue Reading →

6 Ways to Avoid Medical Gaslighting

Last week on the blog, I shared one of my personal experiences with medical gaslighting. This week, I wanted to share my best advice on how to be taken seriously by medical professionals. In the dozens (maybe hundreds?) of doctor’s appointments I’ve been to, these ideas have helped me speak up for myself. They don’t... Continue Reading →

Blog Spotlight| Diamonds 2020 Conference

Hey y'all! I wanted to share some information about this really awesome conference some of my blogger friends have put together for chronically ill Christians. If you're looking for encouragement, please read below and take advantage of Diamonds 2020! What is Diamonds 2020? Diamonds is an annual online conference for chronically ill Christians. Millions of... Continue Reading →

Why Your Response to Porn Matters

Pornography is an epidemic that is stifling the body of Christ. Don’t believe me? Check out these statistics from Covenant Eyes. In 2018, • 1 in 5 youth pastors and 1 in 7 senior pastors in the US used porn on a regular basis. • 43% of all pastors have struggled with pornography addiction at... Continue Reading →

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