Category: Guest Post

When COVID Turns Your Life Upside Down

2021 is going to include a lot less airplane travel, time zone changes, extra-large suitcases, or language translation, but I think it will be quite an adventure nonetheless. And if it doesn’t include packing up a home over Facetime or leaving people we care about without so much as...

Really God?

The final thing that I’ve learned is to trust that God is in control. Now that doesn’t mean that I just sit around and wait for God to work. He’s given me wisdom, understanding and the opportunity to receive counsel from others. And as I’ve matured, in every decision...

The Glory of the Garden Lies In More Than Meets the Eye

It’s September, and the garden will soon begin its gentle decline. It won’t be long until the ground freezes and nothing can grow again until next spring. But the lessons from the garden—the patient acceptance of what is here, the challenging reframe of messiness into abundance, and the hopeful...

Why I Keep Coming Back to the Classroom

This August, I will put on a mask and pack a personal bottle of hand sanitizer in my teacher bag next to my favorite grading pens. I will come back to the classroom because it is the most important space where I can make a difference. I will return...

Your Guide to Wekiva Island: A River Paradise in Central Florida

Guest post: A secluded paradise down the river from Wekiwa Springs, Wekiva Island offers an array of outdoor activities and recreation for all ages! It’s not really a state park but more of a recreation area with easy access to a state springs (if you’re willing to paddle a...