What would you say if you were asked, “up to this point in your life, would you call yourself a follower of Jesus Christ? Why do you say that? Do you see evidence of your faith like in Luke 6:40? I came across this question today as I was reading a book called “Multiply” by Francis Chan. When I first read this question I skipped past … Continue reading Am I Following?
Over the weekend God taught me a valuable lesson… After our game this weekend, I was really frustrated with myself because I was over-analyzing what felt like every decision I made in the game on Friday, in practice last week, and in every day life. I found myself criticizing every spoonful of ice cream I put in my mouth, every bad step I made when … Continue reading When Difficulty Strikes
I often catch myself looking to please myself with my performance and I am starting to realize that I will NEVER please myself or be satisfied. But those times when I play for God, I feel free. When I play for God, I am free. Free because of Jesus. Romans 8 says, therefore there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, … Continue reading Who Am I Playing For?
I often find myself trying to control what I eat, when I eat it and what I can do to burn it off to put me in the best shape. I fret about not working out hard enough or skipping a day in the gym but the truth is I am not the one that is in control anyways. As much I like to think … Continue reading A Competitor for Christ
Be vulnerable to the plans God has for you. I find myself so often just going through life holding on, as tight as I can, to what I want out of life and then just move on without acknowledging the pain that I have suffered from having my expectations come CRASHING down. Having that mindset of stuffing the pain and hardship in a box makes it hard … Continue reading Vulnerablity
I’ve had some time to reflect on my time in Puerto since coming back to the states earlier this month. I miss it a lot. I feel like I’m at home there. It’s hard to put into words what you experience on a project like that. There’s so much community and it’s crazy to see how people’s love for Jesus really unites a group. Although … Continue reading Reflecting…
Yesterday I got to engage in spriritual conversations and learn about fencing all in one place! A group of students and leaders on the project went to Caugus, about an hour from San German, to watch the mini Olympics (I’m not exactly sure of the correct terminology but I know the gold and silver medalists go on to compete for Puerto Rico). Bianca, … Continue reading Fencing and Friends