I saw the #metoo movement sweep across social media this past week, as I’m sure many of you did. I saw the stories of THOUSANDS of women-those I knew, and those of complete strangers- as they had a moment of boldness and bravery and shared their stories of sexual harassment, assault, and abuse. I read … More #MeToo

Emotions- Jealousy

I was waiting to turn left today, but a car was coming from the other way. I decided I should wait for her to pass, but then she started slowing and I realized she was going to turn the way I was going. “Ugggh!” I complained to myself. “If she’d used her blinker, I’d have … More Emotions- Jealousy


If you ask me what I’m most afraid of, get ready for a spider horror story. Usually, people tend to accept my arachnophobia without much objection. But, for the occasional skeptic, I’m always ready to defend my fear of spiders with a lovely narrative about how four-year-old me was bitten by a poisonous spider, unable … More Emotions-Fear

Emotions: Inadequacy 

If you had to guess the opposite of inadequacy, what would you say?Sufficiency? Worthiness? Value? While all technically true, the primary antonym for inadequacy is abundance. Ironically, our feelings of inadequacy, an emotion we love to hide behind but barely understand, come from a true lacking within our spirits. However, what we are missing is … More Emotions: Inadequacy 


When I learned that my first blog series with Worth More Ministries was going to about emotions, I almost laughed. I’m not an emotions kind of girl. I have never cried during a movie or show. I rarely cry at all. I don’t get angry very often, and it takes a lot of work to … More Emotions

The Disciples-John 

John: The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved I don’t find much value in consistently updating my social media accounts, but you’d better believe I let the world know when my boyfriend and I started dating. A Facebook profile could never validate the commitment he and I have toward each other, but there was a genuine significance … More The Disciples-John 

The Disciples- Peter

Oh, Peter. Peter gives me hope that Jesus can love a sinner like me. Peter shows us that Jesus continually forgives us, strengthens us, and shows us more of Himself. Peter proves that we don’t have to be “ready” to follow Jesus—He proves that He accepts us right where we are. Peter’s life as recorded … More The Disciples- Peter

The Disciples-Judas

​I know that it technically makes sense to start a series on the disciples with Matthew or James or John—or really, any of the 11 besides Judas—but Judas is low-key my favorite. He’s the one I can relate to the most, and I know you will too when you finish reading this. The truth is, … More The Disciples-Judas

The Disciples

 thought writing about the disciples would be easy—I mean, these guys were Jesus’s best friends. The disciples slept where Jesus slept, ate what He ate, and walked where He walked. I pictured them walking into towns and cities the way “The Plastics” walked through the halls of the high school in Mean Girls (minus Kady … More The Disciples