For We Walk by Faith, Not by Sight

If faith was easy, everyone would have it, right?   In high school, I prayed to play college soccer. Instead, I tore two ACL’s but made the best memories and friends playing club soccer while reminding myself a sport does not define me. At college, I prayed for a...

Finding the Sacred on the Metro

On a recent Friday, my team was asked to come into work earlier than usual for a special training. Though not much of a morning person, I relished in the fact that the sun was still low, and I hadn’t yet melted on my way to the metro as on most summer days.   My...

Call Me (Old-Fashioned) a Feminist

A lot of people in society might call me old-fashioned. Why? I love Jesus Christ with my whole heart - or at least I try to; I know I fall short, but God gives me grace every day to at least try I believe in waiting to have sex and moving in together until marriage I...

Episodes 57| Battling Anxiety

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. This week, we're continuing our battle plan series and talking all about battling anxiety. I know this is...

Episode 55| Battling Loneliness

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.   Ahh the battle of loneliness. We’ve all been there – that Friday night without plans, that day you...

Episode 54| Battling the Need for Approval

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. Welcome back to the podcast! This week, we're kicking off our summer school series inspired by St. Joan of...

A Season of Business

As March rolls around, I can hear the collective groans from my coworkers and I starting. We’ve entered what is affectionately referred to as “busy season.” Busy season is marked by long hard hours and work weeks that don’t end on Fridays. Every hour possible is spent...

Blessings at Brunch

My plan for an aesthetically pleasing brunch had worked. The sunny patio of The Post House Inn had teak tables, white umbrellas, and the perfect amount of dishware emblazoned with its name. To my right was Jessie, whom I had only known for eight months, but I already...

Lenten Retreat Week One: “Substituting the Couch for the Cross”

Hello friends, and welcome to week one of our Lenten retreat! ​ The mission of The SundayMonday is to encourage and equip all of us to be bold in our faith, work, and life. Each Sunday this Lent, we'll be sending out a reflection on the Gospel and how it pertains to...

Leaning into a Life of Love

I think I am officially dubbing myself “The SundayMonday Valentine’s Day writer”. Valentine’s Day is my favorite holiday and yes, I answered that in a work questionnaire. Last year, I wrote about the various love types: eros (romantic love between partners), storge...
A Season of Business

A Season of Business

As March rolls around, I can hear the collective groans from my coworkers and I starting. We’ve...

12 Books for 2022

12 Books for 2022

We are more than halfway into the first month of 2022 and I am only just now turning to...

Fully and Freely

Fully and Freely

 I’m in a constant state of learning how to love myself.   I say this because I’ve kept up...

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