I haven't written in a while and I think I just didn't really know what to say. The past few months have been filled with change, anxiety, sadness, excitement, and a lot of goodbyes. Sometimes all of those things in the same day and even the same second if you would believe that. Once we … Continue reading I Will Laugh Again
Recently a lot of stuff has been happening. By recently I mean, basically this whole fall into winter. This past fall season, I took on more responsibilities at The Station. Two new employees moved into the staff house and both were coincidentally in first year at the school of ministry. Things seemed to be going … Continue reading Get The Hell Out
Attending the Mammoth Lakes School of Supernatural Ministry has probably been the hardest step that I have ever had to take, but by far the best. Our current reading assignment is "Spiritual Slavery to Spiritual Sonship" by Jack Frost. I hadn't started reading the book until this evening, and I'm somewhat glad that I didn't. … Continue reading My Orphan Heart Has Found Its Home
On July 12th, I set out to Mammoth Lakes, CA to begin a road trip with my friend. This probably seems normal to everyone who knew I was leaving on a road trip, but only a handful of people know that I left a day early. I left early because life in Hollister just became … Continue reading Not Afraid.
Growing up I used to think that there would be a point in my life where I would arrive. I would have a good job doing what I love. I would have my own place (not realistic anymore). I would have my group of friends that hung out all the time and encouraged each other. … Continue reading Sometimes the hardest part of life is admitting you’re scared as hell..
It's crazy how being an adult can put so much stress on a person. I can remember being in high school and I had homework to do and I had commitments, but I hung out on Myspace daily and always had my friends over. These days, I go to work and then come home and … Continue reading It Was a Simpler Time
I've always heard that it's good when you've hit rock bottom, because then there's nowhere to go but up. But what people don't tell you, is that when you're at rock bottom how crippling it actually is. You don't feel enlightened because you can see up and see that life will be so much better … Continue reading When You’ve Hit Bottom