Over the winter break, I finished reading the book of Titus in a Bible study. For context purposes, Titus is part of the Pastoral Epistles. Essentially, it's a solid how-to church book. I'm a simple woman and show me any of the practical books of the Bible and I will drop everything and immerse myself … Continue reading The freedom of His abounding grace.
I thought long and hard about writing this. I've mentioned this before but I think the church as a whole idolizes romantic relationships too much and I did not want to be thrown into that category of couples. The love story of the Bible is not between Ruth and Boaz, Adam and Eve, Joseph and … Continue reading So, I’m engaged.
I strongly hesitate as I type this. The awkward and uncalled for guilt and shame tells me not to share this. Here's the thing, 2020 was shockingly an amazing year for me. Now I write knowing that 2020 was horrendous, discouraging, excruciating, and unbearable to most. I write this acknowledging the pain, heartbreak, and despair … Continue reading 2020 might’ve been the best year so far.
Or in other words, here is a portion of my testimony and my mission. I created my blog in 2017 and I do not know why it has taken so long to write something like this. The more I contemplate the timing of this post, the more grateful I am that I waited this long. … Continue reading Where my heart, soul, and mind lie: who I am and what I am trying to do.
That is the question I've been thinking about for about a week now. Am I truly and wholeheartedly in love with Jesus? My skeptical friend, please don't stop reading now. I promise you it's not this weird and worldly idea of "in love", it's similar to the way you love a parent but like that … Continue reading Am I Madly in Love with Jesus?
So here's the tea, I wrote my last post, you know the one about me being a bad friend? I wrote that probably a week or two before I actually posted it. Anyway, it's been a little bit and I wanted to make a part two. I've been in lots of prayer about who I … Continue reading Friendship From a Christian’s Perspective
With the quarantine, I've felt extra lonely these past twenty to thirty-something days. I miss my friends so much. Technology is great and so I am able to get life updates on all my friends, but I do miss the human interaction aspect part of it. I am sure all of you can relate. And … Continue reading Single & Secure
On June 5th, 2019 at 9:43 in the morning, I was accepted into UW's Mechanical Engineering Department. I'm on the journey to becoming what I've wanted to be since high school, a mechanical engineer! Here's my story: By now, whether you're related to me, friends with me, or awkwardly following me on any form … Continue reading God’s Future Engineer