Notice me!

Sometimes I still really long for people (not just God!) to notice me and tell me I’m cool or that they’re proud of the great job I’m doing. Maybe you feel like this some days? Paul wrote to some Christians in Ephesus who were working for other people.

Read what he said in Ephesians 6:6 (

Don’t stop doing what you do, and doing your best. Excellence and sincerity generally get noticed. And even if your best efforts aren’t rewarded by others, God promises a huge harvest if you don’t give up.

Read Galatians 6:9 here –



This post is for both guys and girls.

In terms of modesty, sometimes I want to wear certain clothing and I think: Why? What is my motivation? Is it attention or acceptance? Is it because it is in right now or looks good? I’m here to please God not myself or others. My value comes from who I am in Jesus. I would rather choose that cool jacket to wear instead!

Dressing modestly is being mindful that you serve a Holy God, that you are the dwelling place of the Holy Spirit and that you are representing Jesus. Show this in how you dress – you can still look good (remember inner beauty).

Read 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 (ESV) here –


Details Details…

When it comes to the details of your life, the little decisions, the small actions, it can be so easy to glaze over it, let the small things slide, the “little white lies”. It’s still all sin. Start to become aware of these little things – ask God to reveal to you what you can work on and change. Uphold your integrity and represent Jesus in both your small and big decisions/actions.

I’ve been working on staying away from gossip – it’s tough but gossip is absolute nonsense and God doesn’t want it. Wise people discuss ideas not people #quoteinspiredbymyparents.

Read 2 Corinthians 5:20here:

What detail can you work on?


Repping Jesus

Read 2 Corinthians 5:20here:

When you are at school, you represent your school by the uniform you wear. But not only by wearing the uniform, you represent your school in the way you present yourself, how you talk, what you say, through your manners etc. In the same way when you’re a Christian, you represent Jesus to the world. Carry yourself as such.

Ways to rep Jesus through your actions:
– act honestly
– show kindness and love
– have patience
– serve
– use your talents for the kingdom