I am a black belt in tae kwon do. Well, I became one when I was 9 years old, so I feel like it still counts. Throughout the two year process of becoming a black belt, we slowly received different color belts. White, yellow, green, blue, red, etc. Piece by piece we became a little [...]
I wrote a couple days for FBC Tifton's Advent Devo and wanted to share the devo on here. Here's what I wrote for 11/30! Monday, November 30 Romans 1:16-17 “For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes.” The word “gospel” means [...]
A Bible study that I'm walking through right now is focused on the Sermon on the Mount. I've read this section of passages a million times, but something about diving deeper and slowing down to read such a monumental moment in the Bible has taught me more than I could imagine. In the Bible there [...]
In August, I walked into a classroom with 30 kids that were pretty much strangers, sat down, and began the fun dance of "where you from, where'd you go for undergrad, what was your major?" Classmate after classmate told me their major was business, finance, accounting, etc. I felt like a fish out of water. [...]
It’s really hard to navigate what’s safe to do anymore. Who is it okay to be around? Can you trust that the people around you have been safe and smart with their decisions in order to protect themselves and you from getting COVID-19? I think it’s hard knowing I can’t control what everyone else is doing; therefore, I don’t know who I can trust to be around. Read more below!