• Surviving College – 5 Tips to Help You Navigate College as a Christian

    Last year I sent out a survey to my email list asking them what they wanted to see from me this year. One of the suggestions that I had was to talk about navigating college as a Christian. I’ve decided to start a college advice series. In this series we won’t only be talking about the highs and lows of being a Christian in college. We’ll also talk about college in general – developing good study habits, how to avoid burnout, etc. If there are any specific things that you think I should write about, feel free to leave a comment down below. Related: Goal Getter: How to Achieve Your Goals…

  • Goal Getter: How to Achieve Your Goals in 2018 pt. 2

    Back in December I started the Goal Getter series and part two is long overdue. If you haven’t read part one, I suggest that you do that first and then come back to this one. In that post, I explain that the first step to achieving your goals in 2018 is writing them down. Habakkuk 2:2 tells us to write the vision and make it plain. I also talked about creating SMART goals and having an accountability partner. In this post I’ll be explaining the second step to achieving your goals in 2018 – using your time wisely and not procrastinating. Oh the irony… Procrastination I literally told someone the…

  • Mission Unstoppable – Spirit Booster

    A couple of days ago I posted my first book review of 2018. The book I reviewed was Don’t Settle for Safe by Sarah Jakes Roberts. In that post I give a little bit of background info on Sarah and how I love her messages. Because of that I decided that one of her sermons titled “Mission Unstoppable” would be our spirit booster this week! Enjoy. This week I want you to remember that you are more than a conqueror and that everything is working for your good! 

  • Book Review #1 – Don’t Settle For Safe by Sarah Jakes Roberts

    If you read my new year goals post then you know that one of my goals is to read 24 books this year. This means that I will be reading about two books a month. So far I am on track with that goal and I completed my first book earlier this week. If you want to see the list of all of the books that I’ll be reading this year, you can find that here. It is not in order but at the end of each book review I will announce the book that I’m reading next. So let’s jump right in to the review of Don’t Settle for…

  • Can You Afford the Investment? How to Improve Your Personal Credit Score

    Ever since I’ve gotten out of my last relationship I have been saying that I don’t want a relationship at this point in my life. I’ve rehearsed the lines over and over. “I don’t want a relationship because I’m just trying to focus on myself, my relationship with God, and my purpose.” This all sounds good, but at the end of the day it’s somewhat of a lie. I do want a relationship – a healthy, purposeful relationship with the man God has for me. However, as I’ve started to work on healing broken parts of me, letting go of disappointments, and realizing my own failures in my past relationships…