Life has been in full-swing this semester–filled to the brim with classes, Ambassador activities, transfer plans, 14forty happenings, lessons learned, mini road trips, middle school little sisters, Gator games, studying, writing papers, coffee breaks, volleyball, and did I mention studying?
In the midst of the many amazing experiences that I have had over the past few months, God has shown up in HUGE ways. He has been teaching me through Church of Hope’s series Life’s Healing Choices that I have to let go of “me” to truly walk hand-in-hand with Him. I’ve had to get down-right uncomfortable in order to get on the path of healing from hurts, hang-ups, and habits–but this has been truly rewarding. Being hungry for God is the road I’m on–learning what that means, what it looks like, and what it feels like.
I’m excited about this journey–this stage of life that I’m dancing on. Stretching, growing, learning how to dance, & enjoying the view in the process.
Stay tuned for a review on one of my all-time favorite books, Paperdoll, coming SOON!
This year, I had the privilege of serving as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Forest High School JV & Varsity Volleyball Teams’ Chaplain. I LOVED getting to know each of the ladies. They all hold a special place in my heart. I loved learning from them as they modeled teamwork, responsibility, leadership, and passion!
I took two of my little sisters, Taylor and Kinley, to the store to fill up a befilled bag. This Sunday at Church of Hope, we are taking bags filled with food for our local missions partners food pantries. I loved being able to watch Taylor and Kinley get excited as they picked out what food to buy!
I love my Ambassador ladies! They always bring a smile to my face!