How to Find Joy in Hospitality

I was a freshman in college when our dorm mother invited our entire freshman hall to her home for a Christmas party. Twenty nineteen-year-old girls descended on her warmly lit, apple-spice-fragranced home one evening for homemade lasagna. Now, I loved dorm-life—the late nights, the practical jokes, the way there was always someone to talk to—but... Continue Reading →

The Cure for Loneliness

As followers of Christ, we are in Christ alone, but we are not alone in Christ. God is in the business of building His Church, redeeming His Bride, assembling a Body from every tribe, tongue and nation to stand before His throne united in worship to the Lamb who was slain to take away the... Continue Reading →

The Problem with Perfectionism

When I was in college, my dorm participated in intramural sports. Before each game, my highly competitive and athletic freshman roommate begged me to join our hall team. I never once agreed. Not having played sports in high school and not possessing an athletic bone in my body, I knew I would be terrible. I... Continue Reading →

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