the dangerous definition of love

Everyone wants to be loved. And most people want to love others in return. But do we truly know what love is? Today, my friend Katherine Henson is here sharing a guest post about love. Below, she so eloquently¬†delves into the¬†deep divide between God’s love and culture’s misshapen version of it. I’ve been married for […]

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marriage & life lessons from improv

I met my husband in a theater arts class in high school. It was a first hour¬†class¬†and I’d stumble into¬†my seat in West High’s little theater just before the final warning bell rang.¬†I secretly wished we’d be numbered off in the same group for our cavemen skits because even though he was loud and not¬†my […]

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law school & seminary & marriage

This weekend,¬†Jonny will don a cap and gown and enter into a new season¬†of life, graduating from seminary with his M.A. in Christian Thought. It’s an end of an era, and as I reflect on our journey together during his post-graduate education, I’m humbled by the way he has continually served and loved me, how […]

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marriage: contracts + covenants

There is so much out there about Christian marriages, I feel kind of disinterested in writing about it. I’m very thankful for five smooth years of marriage. At 20, I was practically a child bride and I know that young marriages don’t always work (heck, most marriages don’t), so I’m incredibly thankful for a healthy […]

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five happy things.

So, question: Have you ever gone through some rough stuff? Like punches in the stomach type of stuff that make you crawl under the covers, leaving your pillow streaked with mascara? Yeah, me neither… Regardless of circumstances, today I woke up determined to find at least one happy thing. And I thought of five. Victory! […]

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good news + gloomy people.

Recently, I was able to share some really awesome and amazing big news to people whom I had good reason to believe would be excited—or at least not unhappy—about said news. Of course, I didn’t expect people to start crying tears of happiness and jumping for joy. But cryptic warnings of everything that can go […]

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