I walk down a different street.

You know what I rarely talk about? My sin. The things I've done in my past. I think it's because I'm scared of being judged. Here's go nothing. I'm a homewrecker. No, I've never tried to steal a woman's husband but I have absolutely tried to steal a girl's boyfriend. I've done this exactly twice … Continue reading I walk down a different street.


Emily and the Gospel of Reconciliation

It's no secret I have schizophrenia. I'm not shy about talking about it. Somehow, I think the more I talk about it, the less stigma there is. What I don't talk about very often is getting kicked out of a church. You see, in my psychosis, I had this belief that I was going to … Continue reading Emily and the Gospel of Reconciliation


My friend and I decided that we wanted to see the glory of God more often. So we did what any red-blooded Christian does: we prayed.  We saw nothing. We experienced nothing. We didn't know what was wrong.  Like I said earlier, I've been reading through the Psalms. Today, I stumbled across Psalm 19.  The … Continue reading Wait.

Psalm 8

I've been going through the Psalms, in no particular order, and today, I rested on Psalm 8. O LORD, our Lord,how majestic is your name in all the earth!You have set your glory above the heavens.Out of the mouth of babies and infants,you have established strength because of your foes,to still the enemy and the … Continue reading Psalm 8

Saying Sorry

When my sister and I were young, we fought all the time. Between groundings and spankings, nothing seemed to work. My mom decided that she would try a different method. She separated us and had us write nice things about one another. Apologizing has never been easy for me. I'm pretty prideful and carry a … Continue reading Saying Sorry