The past few months I’ve been preparing for Munich. I leave in just under five weeks (yikes!) so most of my time has been spent researching, online shopping, spending time with family and friends and, to be honest, getting my last bit of American food. In that time, I’ve been scouring my travel Pinterest board … More 10 Hidden Small Towns in Europe
I’ve always had an adventurous spirit. Not in the typical sense where I skydive every weekend and rock climb in my down time. It’s a different sort of adventurous. The one that craves foreign lands, peoples, languages and cultures. I have, like many other young ladies, been bitten by the travel bug. I’ve been able … More Taking the Jump to Move
Ireland has always been on the top of my bucket list. The music, the people, the rolling green hills. Plus, Pinterest only furthered my obsession. So when planning out this past summer I made sure Ireland was on the list. What I didn’t expect was just how much I would fall in love with it … More 12 reasons to go to Ireland
I haven’t traveled much in my life, but I have done it enough to learn some valuable lessons. I only hope to travel more so I can learn more.
You guys asked for it. It’s a dicey topic, but it’s time we talk about it. And in light of Valentine’s Day on Saturday I figured I’d go over some of the questions that were asked concerning love and other things of that nature that you guys submitted. I’ve already done two of these Q&A kind … More How the church should treat gay people
This week I’m continuing to answer the questions you guys submitted a while back. A handful of you asked about doubt and another asked how we know Jesus was not another revolutionary. I don’t claim to have all of the answers, but here is how I deal with these questions. I hope my feeble attempt … More Q&A Part II: Doubting Jesus was God