fear is a liar

Let’s get some things out of the way: yes, I did not get hired at UPS; yes, I am furiously job searching while simultaneously wondering whether I should just work at ALDI for the rest of my life; no, I haven’t gotten any offers; yes, I have watched {a certain movie} 5 times with my … More fear is a liar


A simple prayer lately – my flesh is weak, Jesus. I am weak. Help me trust You. As surely as the dawn appears, You are near to me.

The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need to Atlanta Coffee Shops

It’s a Sunday afternoon, and you’re dying for an overpriced pour-over that you could have made at home at a third-wave coffee shop. Where do you go? Luckily for you, I have some (unsolicited) ideas, as a belated ode to National Coffee Day:* Chrome Yellow Trading Company — because it’s extra hipster. Beware, parking is at a premium. Unless … More The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need to Atlanta Coffee Shops

a dimly lit path

​ I’m walking along a dimly lit path, struggling to reach the end. With every step I take, I muster to conserve the remaining energy that I have left. Thoughts wheeze around my head. If I could visualize these thoughts, it’d be a whole lot of Anger, Disgust, Fear, and Sadness. But, Lord, this is so … More a dimly lit path

take courage

  I am graduating in less than a month (eek!), and I’ve been doing some serious reflection of my time at Covenant lately (shameless plug: I have a Facebook album titled “The Farewell Series”; check it out for some of these said reflections). I’ve been in awe of God’s faithfulness over the past few years, … More take courage

hands wide open

A lil more personal – I’ve been breathing extra hard lately. Well, I force myself to breathe, and to breathe often. I don’t know if it’s the foggy mountain or my own apprehension towards looming graduation and unemployment, but I’m experiencing heightened emotion that I normally am able to block out pretty well. I’ve always … More hands wide open