The world is so full of noise.
Do you ever lose God’s voice in all of the other ones screaming for your attention all day long?
Do you sometimes feel like you lose yourself in the chaos inside your own head, in the voices pulling you in a thousand directions—in the world, online, everywhere?
Can we stop and listen together for the voice in all the noise—the one that really matters?
I want this to be a place where the stories that often get silenced can be told, the stories about living out our faith in a noisy, chaotic, messy world. I want this to be a place where we stop to notice the beauty in the world that we so often miss.
I long to tell the stories of people around the world, those whose voices are too often silenced.
I want to help you find ways to put your faith into action wherever God has you.
Together we will quiet all the noise for a bit and listen for the one voice that matters.
In this place, may the words you hear always be His.
“I pray for the holy to invade your heart. I pray that your eyes and heart would be open to see where God is hiding in plain sight. Instead of waiting for your real life to start, I call you to wake up! Your life is happening, this is where God has placed you. May you become a parable of hope and renewal right where you are.” – Sarah Bessey, Out of Sorts
Though my family’s roots run deep in the soil of the southern United States (I will always be a Georgia girl no matter where I go), we are learning to love hot milk tea instead of sweet iced tea as we make our home in South Asia.
You will find me here writing about faith from a global perspective. I’m also writing regularly at SheLoves Magazine and The Mudroom. I am a proud member of the Redbud Writer’s Guild. I have authored essays in several books and you can find my work elsewhere online.
If you read even a little of what I write you will find out pretty quickly that I love to experience the messy, noisy, beautiful world and cultures not my own.
I love to experience firsthand the stories of what God is doing around the world and make sure those stories get told. My husband and I lived in the Middle East as a newly married couple and then spent a decade back in the states while our family was growing. Now, along with our two kids, we are excited to be back in non-profit work in South Asia.
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Listening with you,