Can we really say we drive a clean car when we only clean it once in a while?
Adulthood is full of lesson if only you choose to see them. Check out what I’ve been learning over the past year!
Examining your heart is one of the best ways to start off the new year. See how from my friend Tessa!
If I were to take a special X-ray of your heart–not the one that pumps blood but the one that dreams and feels–what would I find? I asked myself that question and decided to paint the results. When I examine my passions and dreams, I see a performer who runs after goals, who hopes for love, and whoContinue reading “True to Your Heart or Your True Heart”
“I struggle with pornography.” “I have a problem with alcohol.” “I can’t stop smoking.” These statements often result in prayer and intercession, counseling and possibly rehabilitation. Christians have a heart to help the people who fall into these addictions, because God wants His people to overcome them, right? If that’s the case, shouldn’t that includeContinue reading “4 Addictions Christians Ignore”
The other day I was reading my devotional, Grace for the Moment by Max Lucado before going to work. Under a list of bullet points I was surprised to read “Make major decisions in a cemetery.” I had to reread that line a couple times. It seemed so random and not flowing with the other ideas,Continue reading “Walking in the Cemetery”
Thoughts from a chronic thicc chick.
By Leah Jordan Meahl Life is wavering water, Uncontrolled is how she behaves, But I AM enough. Endlessly moving, Yet forever enslaved, Life is wavering water Though the raging sea may capture, And send treasures to their graves, I AM enough. In anger she devours, But for the thirsty, she saves,Continue reading “I AM Enough”
Six months. I’ve been out of school for six months. It’s hard to believe that life in school is now a memory and I can actually use the phrase “when I was in college.” Anyway, my first six months have been successful in my book because I have 2 part-time jobs, a consistent writing schedule, and several excitingContinue reading “Post Grad Life: The Selfish Six”
by Leah Jordan Meahl He told me: “I am the moon. If you want to make footprints on my surface or bathe in my radiance, First follow the starry path I’ve laid out For you.” They fell before me, marking the way. On each one I stepped, Leaping and landing on the sparklersContinue reading “Starlit Path”