Say yes one more time.

A few months back, I shared pieces of my story with fatherlessness (Abandoned and adopted. Twice. and Abuse lies.). I saved the hardest piece for…

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Stop being busy

One of the saddest things I hear is when I ask people how life is and their response is, "busy." "Busy" implies they are running…

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Discovering the heart of a champion: A look into my PT journey

"She will develop arthritis at a young age." "Let's stay away from lifting weights. Your body just can't handle it." "You will never be a…

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Abuse Lies.

Last week, I posted a piece of my story about my struggle with feeling worthy after my biological and adoptive fathers both abandoned me. Today,…

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The world needs your dream

That dream. You know the one. The one you are afraid to admit to anyone. The one you think is ridiculous or impossible. The one…

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Abandoned and adopted. Twice.

The single greatest thing I have learned that radically changed my life is that I now have confidence in who I am as a child of God. Not as a servant of man. I didn't learn that any faster than when I began to study the character of God, and remember His faithfulness. Our Heavenly Father does not break His promises. He never has and He never will. He does what He says He will do. Every single time. He is the same yesterday, today and forever

Legos and Shame

My life is really good. I have found that the more joy I experience, the harder Satan fights. He is louder than usual this week. He's…

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Strength is a choice

Strength is not a result. It's a choice. Most of our battles are won and lost in our minds. Whether it's the first day of…

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“What is more? What does that mean, God?”

"God, I just want more of you." I was standing in church on a Sunday night a few months ago when these words poured over…

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No matter what.

About four months ago, I sat in a doctor's office at Vanderbilt Eye Institute and heard some devastating news. After a few weeks of tests…

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