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5 Things Raised-Christian People Miss Out On

A couple days ago, I was filling out a sheet which had slots for things like the character’s lie and truth as well as, of course, backstory. I had the character’s faults, the lies he tells himself, and the truth he needs to learn … But why? Why does he act like that? I needed […]

The Perfection Lie: Why Sinlessness Isn’t Strugglelessness

Hello, ladies and gents! Today my post is in a different style — it’s a letter to my friends, from a girl who has been thinking about “The Perfection Lie” a lot lately. This letter is on the subject of how we, as Christians, now free from Sin (capitalized) still have to continue learning to […]

5 Reasons I Don’t Think Girls Should Only Wear Dresses

[Note: this is an old blog post. The takes in this post may no longer apply to what the author currently believes and/or the information may be outdated. Please take all that is written here with a grain of salt.] Y’all know I’m not a traditional Christian in some respects … and in others, I’m […]

God Only Knows (But Kell Didn’t!)

Now, since it’s Christmas Eve (and the main celebrating day for Kell’s family), you might find it odd that first, I’m posting … and second, I don’t seem to be posting about Christmas. But … I am posting about Christianity! And Christianity is the most Christmasy thing out there, bub. In fact, Christmas is kind […]

A Most Noble Heir by Susan Anne Mason {Review}

Hello ladies and gents! It’s been ages since I posted a review, but now I’ve decided it’s time for me to catch up. For the next two weeks, I’ll be posting a review (or mini review post) fairly often. I’m also working on updating my Goodreads shelves, getting reviews updated, etc. It won’t be every […]

Beyond Her Calling, Blog Tour: Day 1

Hello ladies and gents! Welcome to the first day of the Beyond Her Calling blog tour! I’m so excited to have you here. Remember, there’s a giveaway, a Facebook party, and tons of amazing posts (as well as this one), so stick around! There’s something for everyone. Now, this post is going to cover a […]

Trusting Through Trials: 3 Prayers in the Midst of Hardship (Guest Post)

Somedays I write posts for you … and somedays (or at least today) there are amazing guest posters who give me a hand! This guest post is actually a “post swap.” I’ve also written a little something for Anna’s blog on when God doesn’t answer prayers. You should definitely check it (and Anna’s blog) out! […]

Miss Serena’s Secret by Carolyn Miller (+ The Reveries Reader Group!)

Today we have a review of one of the most confusing books I have ever read, Miss Serena’s Secret. I loved it and hated it and loved it. However, I’ve attempted to organize my thoughts in time to post this review on the US release day! Huzzah! Now before we go any further, let me […]

You’re Never Too Far Gone for God

In these last few days, I’ve decided to attempt to finish Before a Fall, the Gibson Ashfield story, in a ridiculously short period of time (more on that later). This means, of course, that I’ve had to immerse myself in the characters, and … wow. Just wow. Gibson Ashfield is a complicated man. And, being […]

God-Defined Dreamer

From movies to books to songs, you hear the resounding message: “Follow your dreams.” And I suppose there is some right in the saying. There’s certainly nothing wrong with working towards your goals.* However, I believe people who feel strongly that following your dreams** is the one way to go have missed Something important. Not […]

At Her Fingertips, Blog Tour: Day 3

AND WE GOT THROUGH THE FIRST DAY AND HERE WE ARE! *big grin* And today’s theme day, so we get to talk about meanings and lessons and all that fun stuff. Honestly, writing theme is hard for me. I’m always afraid I’ll come off as preachy! I believe I’ve avoided that for this book, however. The key […]

The #1 Way to Spread the Good News!

That’s right. I’m talking about God on here. I know in the past I’ve made this blog mostly about writing. However, I just can’t do that anymore. It’s untrue to myself. I am a Christian. I’m not ashamed of it. And yes, I’ve never been shy about sharing my (frankly offensive to the world at […]