Gender Accurate Bible Translations

Prompted by a discussion the other day over on instagram concerning women in ministry, when I encouraged people to get a gender-accurate translation of the bible, a few of you reached out, asking which versions are gender-accurate. Here are some translations that are more accurate when it comes to the pronouns used, according to the [...]

Ministry Burnout: Let’s Check In

Let’s Talk About Ministry Burnout.Why is this even a thing? I think the main problem is that oftentimes, we have stopped going to the source to be filled again. We continually pour out, give, minister, until we’re operating out of a place of sheer emptiness and lack. We’ve prioritised people-pleasing habits rather than a Christ-pleasing [...]

Women Are Not the Second Class Creation

I don’t ever want to make this page about me as a person or “personality.” That will never be my goal. However, when I hear issues or see issues I also don’t want to shy away from addressing them. This is a photo of me preaching a few days ago. I realize that this alone [...]

Immediately Following Christ

I was reading about the beginning of Jesus’ ministry in Matthew 4 and these two verses stuck out to me so much.  “And He said to them, “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.” Immediately they left their nets and followed Him.” (V. 19-20) I’ve read this many times but today there [...]

The Trouble with Comfortable Christianity

Rejoice in hope, endure in suffering, persist in prayer. - Romans 12:12 Rejoice. Endure. Persist. This section in its entirety is full of what feels like unattainable standards... “Let love be without hypocrisy. Abhor what is evil; cling to what is good. Be devoted to one another in brotherly love; give preference to one another [...]

Because of Christ

It was really special to celebrate the resurrection here while doing ministry, keeping at the forefront of my mind the beauty of the redemption and transformation we have in Christ. The hope and life we have in Christ is unmatched and unattainable through any other outlet or option we might find in this life. This [...]

For All Nations

It was an act that was not just for you and I but for ALL NATIONS. Christ’s death and resurrection so that we could know him, live for him, and as is at the forefront of our minds today in Sri Lanka, even die for him, and bring as many people as possible to him [...]

Slowing Down: Learning to be a little more French

S-L-O-W-I-N-G D-O-W-N As an American living in France, I’ve been challenged in my on-the-go nature. From my fast-paced life in the states to having no car, no ease of communication, and no sense of independence, there has been quite a learning curve! I’ve missed my car more times than I like to admit and the [...]