5 Things God is Teaching Me Right Now

Pray without ceasing. I can come to Him in prayer, whenever, and be heard. Psalm 4:1 says, “Answer me when I call, O God of my righteousness! You have given me relief when I was in distress. Be gracious to me and hear my prayer!” Our prayers are heard dear friends. God can handle them all- the minute, tiniest of prayers — to our biggest, loftiest prayers. If you don’t know what to pray about, ask your friends or family how you can pray for them. Let’s be on each other’s teams and lift one another up to Him. For a girl who loves … Continue reading 5 Things God is Teaching Me Right Now

Goodbye 32, Hello 33

  I’m writing this post on Christmas Eve, but when it goes live, I’ll be 33. 32 is my favorite number, so I knew heading into this past birthday year, I’d mature a little more emotionally and intellectually, deepen in my faith, and explore the world a little further. I’ve loved most moments of 32, and thought I’d share with you some of my highlights. Visiting England (again!) and Italy. Holy moly. Viva Italia! Trip of a lifetime with my Aunty’s family and my own family. We explored Tuscany for a week, and I cannot get over the food, views, … Continue reading Goodbye 32, Hello 33

Takeaway Tuesdays: Behold Your King

I love the Lauren Daigle song “Behold”. Any Christmas song that speaks about waiting for something long desired speaks volumes to my heart. I normally make Takeaway Tuesday prints with Scripture, but I’ve made an exception for the month of December. I hope this image reminds you that Emmanuel, meaning God with us, loves you so very much. Click here for a free 8.5*11 print. Continue reading Takeaway Tuesdays: Behold Your King

My Top 5 Tips to Paying Off Debt

Friends, I’ve got to be honest. I love school, perhaps a little too much. There’s just something about putting my nose in a book, writing an essay, or taking exams. Ya’ll, if I could be a professional student, I would do just that! Unfortunately, school costs bucks. Lots and lots of bucks. I graduated from nursing school in 2013, with around $92,000 in school loan debt. Yes, cry big tears with me, please. That number was so daunting when I first started working as a school nurse. I know what you are thinking: “You’re a nurse, Sarah. Nurses make great … Continue reading My Top 5 Tips to Paying Off Debt