Say Yes to Interruptions

When I worked in an open office, my most prized possessions were my airpods. Unless they were firmly in my ears, I could count on at least a few interruptions from passers-by and colleagues every hour. While I understand that the whole point of an open office is to...

Death, resurrection and the hope of our faith

A couple of weeks ago, I was in conversation with a few friends when they asked me, "How does your faith impact your life?" It was a deep question, but the answer sprung out of my heart quickly: ​ "My faith is based on the death and resurrection of Jesus. Life is full...

Nothing Is Wasted

I've been listening to a whole lot of worship music over the past few months and I've noticed an interesting pattern: most, if not all, songs involve experiencing some sort of waiting. I guess it's encouraging to know that waiting is as much a part of the human...

My Word Of The Year 2023!

Yesterday, while I was skiing with my parents, my dad decided to head down a particularly gnarly powder run. My mom and I opted for a more groomed path, and we parted ways. Once we made it to the massive chairlift line at the bottom of the mountain, my mom started...

Episode 66| Words of the Year for 2023 and a Reflection on 2022 with Erica Carnohan

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here.   It's the end of the year and Erica is back as we reveal our words for 2023 and reflect on our...

God Has Big Dreams For You

“God has big dreams for you.” ​ I heard these words at a talk earlier this month, and I felt them in my bones. I was embarrassed to be so taken by them: haven’t I always known that God wants good things for me - not only good things, but big and beautiful and...

Episode 65| Home for the Holidays, Hospitality, and Etiquette with Alison Chepardek

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He’s doing a new thing

See, I am doing something new! Now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? In the wilderness I make a way, in the wasteland, rivers. Isaiah 43:19 ​ With God's grace, all things are possible. ​ Our God is creative, He is generous, He is thoughtful, and He is always...

Best books of 2022 and a moment for joy!

Rejoice in the Lord always. I shall say it again: rejoice! Your kindness should be known to all. The Lord is near. Have no anxiety at all, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, make your requests known to God. Then the peace of God that...

God with Us

For the past week, I’ve felt like there’s so much more I should be doing to prepare for Jesus’ coming. I should be reading a solid spiritual book, fasting from something good, or otherwise dramatically altering my daily life to prepare for Christmas.​For the past few...
Say Yes to Interruptions

Say Yes to Interruptions

When I worked in an open office, my most prized possessions were my airpods. Unless they were firmly in my ears, I could count on at least a few interruptions from passers-by and colleagues every hour. While I understand that the whole point of an open office is to...

Death, resurrection and the hope of our faith

Death, resurrection and the hope of our faith

A couple of weeks ago, I was in conversation with a few friends when they asked me, "How does your faith impact your life?" It was a deep question, but the answer sprung out of my heart quickly: ​ "My faith is based on the death and resurrection of Jesus. Life is full...

Nothing Is Wasted

Nothing Is Wasted

I've been listening to a whole lot of worship music over the past few months and I've noticed an interesting pattern: most, if not all, songs involve experiencing some sort of waiting. I guess it's encouraging to know that waiting is as much a part of the human...

My Word Of The Year 2023!

My Word Of The Year 2023!

Yesterday, while I was skiing with my parents, my dad decided to head down a particularly gnarly powder run. My mom and I opted for a more groomed path, and we parted ways. Once we made it to the massive chairlift line at the bottom of the mountain, my mom started...

God Has Big Dreams For You

God Has Big Dreams For You

“God has big dreams for you.” ​ I heard these words at a talk earlier this month, and I felt them in my bones. I was embarrassed to be so taken by them: haven’t I always known that God wants good things for me - not only good things, but big and beautiful and...

He’s doing a new thing

He’s doing a new thing

See, I am doing something new! Now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? In the wilderness I make a way, in the wasteland, rivers. Isaiah 43:19 ​ With God's grace, all things are possible. ​ Our God is creative, He is generous, He is thoughtful, and He is always...

Best books of 2022 and a moment for joy!

Best books of 2022 and a moment for joy!

Rejoice in the Lord always. I shall say it again: rejoice! Your kindness should be known to all. The Lord is near. Have no anxiety at all, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, make your requests known to God. Then the peace of God that...

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    Say Yes to Interruptions

    Say Yes to Interruptions

    When I worked in an open office, my most prized possessions were my airpods. Unless they were firmly in my ears, I could count on at least a few interruptions from passers-by and colleagues every hour. While I understand that the whole point of an open office is to...

    Nothing Is Wasted

    Nothing Is Wasted

    I've been listening to a whole lot of worship music over the past few months and I've noticed an interesting pattern: most, if not all, songs involve experiencing some sort of waiting. I guess it's encouraging to know that waiting is as much a part of the human...

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    Saying No

    Saying No

    Saying No How did you respond the last time someone asked you to do something you really didn’t want to do? Did you take time to think about it? Did you politely decline? Did you swallow your objections and say yes to avoid making waves?   As Catholic Christian...

    When can I stop discerning and start doing?

    When can I stop discerning and start doing?

    "When can I stop discerning and start doing?" Do you ever get stuck in the cycle of discernment, looking for a sign or some roses or a billboard that will tell you which way to go (ps if you want to hear an epic story about that rose⬆️, send me message!)? ⁣⁣⁣⁣If...

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    Say Yes to Interruptions

    Say Yes to Interruptions

    When I worked in an open office, my most prized possessions were my airpods. Unless they were firmly in my ears, I could count on at least a few interruptions from passers-by and colleagues every hour. While I understand that the whole point of an open office is to...

    Nothing Is Wasted

    Nothing Is Wasted

    I've been listening to a whole lot of worship music over the past few months and I've noticed an interesting pattern: most, if not all, songs involve experiencing some sort of waiting. I guess it's encouraging to know that waiting is as much a part of the human...

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