Posts tagged christian advice
When You Don't Feel Qualified

Sometimes I feel I’ve lost my voice. Sometimes I feel like I have nothing to say, no encouragement to give—like I’m in a stuck place and can’t free myself, let alone help someone else find their way. And I wonder why God has called me to this: to be a writer, encourager, empathizer, counselor. To be a counselor, you must be wise and strong and patient. I think I am these things, but then I watch my interactions with people around me, and I cringe. I am selectively selfless—kind to those I want to be kind to, nice to those who are nice to me.

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Why We Need to Depend on God, Not Guys

Last month I met up with a friend for a coffee date and a good catch up and of course, we talked about boys.  The last time I saw Annie (almost a year ago), I had a pathetic crush that I was convinced was such a big deal. I was acting like an idiot around him.  But now I can't even remember who I had a crush on or why I had even liked this boy.  Since said crush, I haven't really liked a guy, and it's been wonderful.  There was a stage when I thought I liked someone, but I'm realising I just liked the idea of a relationship, not actually him. 

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Redefining Success in a Secular World

Redefining Success

It is no secret that our culture idolizes the American dream and puts all those who have attained it on a pedestal. As Christians, it can be difficult to live in a world where success is commonly measured by how much money you make, how influential you are, or how well known you are.

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