Netflix Helped Me Study the Bible Better

Online streaming services make our favorite movies and TV shows extremely accessible. If my preferred movie isn’t on Netflix, I can jump onto Amazon Prime or Disney+ to find it. All this entertainment literally lies at our fingertips.  But why do so many (including myself) often choose to watch, and re-watch, and RE-watch our favorite…

He Arrays the Lilies of the Field

Worry comes at us in various seasons and circumstances of life, it seems. For me, worry upgraded to a whole new level after I had our first baby. Being a nanny for a handful of years, and just observing all the moms in my life gave me a pretty good understanding that mom-worry is a…

Does God Approve of How You Spend Your Time?

Motherhood is my newest adventure today. And adventure, it is! There are lots of new normals, which will soon be thrown out the window as our 3-week-old continues to develop and change. Although the transition to having a baby in our house has felt natural and joyous, parts of it have also been trying. At…

Love Thy Body: Nancy Pearcey and My Unborn Son

I am due to give birth to our first child in just 2 weeks. My husband and I eagerly anticipate meeting our baby boy, and that anticipation has grown since the day we discovered we were pregnant. We’ve cherished our child from day one, and we’re excited for a new “Day One” to come very…

God Saves Those Who Give Thanks

Many Christians have written about thanksgiving. I’ve even written a post about thankfulness on this site. Often, one reads about how thanksgiving is an anecdote to much of our problems, or how Christians are commanded in Scripture to give thanks in all things. These principles are true and good for us. But my husband’s most…

Food & the Bible: Which Do You Eat More?

I spend much of my time thinking about food. Not because I’m a glutton (I don’t think I am, anyways). But so much of my days and weeks are planned out in terms of food. There’s meal planning for the next week, grocery shopping, eating at least 3 times a day, planning what I’ll pack…