Greatest Hits on the Blog

In 2012, I not only started my freshman year of college, but I also started a deep and beautiful journey in my relationship with God. I leaned on Him heavily as I navigated a whole new world of friends, responsibilities, and temptations.

As I began to see God manifest in my heart in more ways than I’d ever experienced, I knew I needed to write it down. With a full journal and some cheering on, I launched this blog in 2014. Now, I’d like to share my 5 greatest hits so far.

Dear Special Guy

This letter to a former crush still gets views 5 years later. It makes sense given that it’s one of my most vulnerable posts.

Losing Weight: Body or Soul?

My most liked post as I compare two of the most difficult disciplines in my life.

Walking in the Cemetery

That time I chose to take a walk in a cemetery. It somehow still appears in search engines.

Lone Wolf

One of my best poems. I may be a little biased, but my poetry professor really loved it too.

Faith Like Captain America

In a time when I could feel the burn out from clinging to my faith, I needed this reminder.


I started this blog to share with you the ups and downs of my heart and how God continues to teach me and walk me through them. It’s given me a space to work on my craft, to process my Christian walk, and to share my creativity.

Here’s to hoping many more greatest hits are in my future!

Did you agree with these top five? If you’ve been a follower of my blog for awhile now, do you have a favorite?

Published by Leah Jordan Meahl

I'm a Christian author here to share with you my journey not only as a writer but also most importantly as a Christian who seeks to grow in faith and honor God in all that I do.

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