February 25 5 Highlights From My 16th Year On Wednesday, I will officially no longer be a sixteen-year-old. Not that there’s much of a jump from here to seventeen. But this past year of my life has been such a blessing, and so God-abundant, that I’m eager to see where he will take me in … Continue reading 5 Highlights from my 16th Year
This article was written for and published on the TheRebelution.com last week. The Rebelution is a website launched by authors Alex and Brett Harris who wrote the book Do Hard Things when they were teenagers. The message of the book and of the Rebelution is to encourage young people to rebel against low expectations and … Continue reading Do Hard Things in the Hardest Places
February 18 Watch for God at the Olympic Games I’m admittedly an Olympics fanatic. The last week of winter sports in PeyeongChang, South Korea have made me cheer, laugh, groan, clap, and chew my nails in heart-pounding suspense. There’s something about witnessing the world’s coming together in a peaceful competition for sixteen days and nights … Continue reading Watch for God at the Olympic Games
February 11 Do Unbelievers Ask About Your Hope? (A Guest Post) Today I had the privilege of sharing my thoughts in a guest post on my friend, Erica’s, blog. I met Erica Floret* through the Young Writer’s Workshop Community, and she asked me if I would write a post for her blog, Undying Joy. You … Continue reading Do Unbelievers Ask About Your Hope? (A Guest Post)
David Brown’s sight began slipping away at the age of 15 months. Now completely blind, this talented sprinter relies entirely on his trainer, Jerome Avery, to race alongside him in the Paralympic games. A four-inch-long string connects the two men at their fingers. Each athlete’s rapid stride has been trained to match that of his … Continue reading Do You Train Like an Olympian for The Race of Life?
February 4 A Super Bowl Team Fueled by Jesus Christ Today is both an exhilarating and unfortunate day for Philadelphia Eagles players and fans. It’s exhilarating because the anticipated competition of Super Bowl LII kicks off at 5:30 pm. But for any football fanatic who’s been actively tracking the progression of the Eagles organization up … Continue reading A Super Bowl Team Fueled by Christ