GRACE. It’s such a beautiful word. When I think of grace, I think of gracefulness, like someone in a beautiful ball gown dancing ‘til midnight. Is that what grace is though? No. In our culture, we lose the meaning of grace because our culture tells us to care only about ourselves and what we want … Continue reading God’s Grace Not Man’s~Kelly Kate
One dictionary definition of Grace is, "The free and unmerited favor of God in the Salvation of sinners and bestowal of sin." I thought this was interesting, and a good description. As sinners, as weak, prideful and selfish humans, God shows us Grace. It's beautiful, really. We aren't deserving of this Grace, we didn't do … Continue reading Having Grace When They Don’t Deserve It~Nina Willoughby
With Halloween being just this week, I have come to face a darkening reality: too many kids want to be superheroes, and not enough of them know what being a true hero actually means. Too many people have never experienced a superhuman act of rescue. If the world was like the Marvel movies, good would … Continue reading Grace Upon Grace~Hannah D.
I am not graceful. At all. Whatsoever. My mom actually noticed my gracelessness and signed me up for ballet class when I was four. She hoped that it might help with my clumsiness and I ended up taking ballet for ten years, but I’m still not graceful and probably never will be. But, even though … Continue reading Showing God’s Grace in an Ungraceful World~Lilah
Today is the first post in my series, Grace Under Pressure. I hope you are as excited as I am to hear what Esther Noe has to say, so here she is talking about: Living Grace. Grace is such a beautiful word! It just flows perfectly, sounds lovely, and is fun to say too! However, it’s … Continue reading Living Grace~Esther Noe
This is a guest post from a very good friend of mine and fellow young writer, Sara Willoughby~ All You Have to Be is a Dead Stick We were at a potluck for a baptism, and an older man, a family friend, came up to me with some encouragement to share. I’m not sure quite … Continue reading Dead Stick