2017, advice, Alabama, attitude, believe, Bible, calling, childhood, choice, Christ, college, communication, compare, comparing, comparison, conviction, daughter, decisions, expectation, faith, family, glory, God, God's creation, happy, jealous, jealousy, oldest child, parents, people, perspective, relationship, rivalry, sibling, sister, wedding

What I Learned From Fighting with My Sister

As the oldest child, for almost four glorious years I had my parents all to myself. Everything revolved around little Kaci, which I now know wasn’t such a good thing. Then, something shifted in my universe when my mom brought home a new baby girl. The rest of my adolescence was defined by a love-hate relationship with this new family…

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2017, attitude, believe, expectation, faith, His way, Isaiah 55:8, job, question, spoiled, spoiled brat, testimony, tuscaloosa, university, university of alabama, work, workout, write, young adult

The First Day of the Rest of My Life

We’ve all had those moments in life where something happens that will forever change us, whether for better or worse. April 1, 2006, was one of those days for me, and even more than a decade later I can remember everything as if it were yesterday. But it was the choice I made in response to those events that would…

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2017, actions, apologetics, belief, believe, Bible, Christ, Christian, faith, God, Jesus, John 3:16, love, people, relationship, religion, responsibility, social, social media, twitter, Uncategorized, webster, witness

Unapologetically Christian

For a while I worked in Christian publishing. During that time I took a few seminary courses online, and one of them was Apologetics. This class intrigued me most, because it went over the various biblical ways we can use to defend our religion. It’s important to know enough facts to back up what you believe in and to have…

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