When I was younger, I wanted to have any job where I would have the least interaction with people as possible. I did not see myself as capable of having a people-related job. Now I’m studying in the humanities department, which is all about people! How did I get from point A to point B?

God took me on this journey to help me see what He saw in me all along. He wanted to do a work in and through me and knew that I would be capable through Him.

God has this amazing plan for you.
You can do all things through Jesus who strengthens you.

Jeremiah 29:11-12 (
Philippians 4:13 (



“In My Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you.”(John 14:2)
How wonderful would it be to live ina mansion, and we get to one day in heaven.

When Jesus ascended into heaven, He sent us His Holy Spirit to live inside of us! He saw us fit enough to dwell inside of us. Inside of our heart -. our hearts that is made pure and righteous through Jesus.

We are His Temple – better than amansion.
Wow. I’m shook.

Read Jesus’ Words inJohn 14:15 – 21 (



When was the last time you felt properly afraid?

Read Matthew 14:22-33 here:

When the disciples saw Jesus walking on the water, they were terrified, and they didn’t believe that it was Him. Jesus told them to take courage, and even invited Peter to step out the boat and walk on the water with him!

Jesus tells us to take courage too, when the world feels overwhelming, and even to trust Jesus enough to step out the boat. When we walk with Jesus, He reminds us that God makes us brave and gives us the courage to face our fears and find freedom.



When the disciples came to Jesus and told Him that the crowd was hungry, they were expecting Jesus to send the people home to eat. Instead, Jesus told the disciples to feed them all. When the disciples said it was impossible, Jesus asked them what they did have. What they had was five loaves and two fish. And Jesus made it enough.

Read Mark 6:35-44 here:

Each of us has something to offer.
It may not seem like a lot, or even enough, but when we offer it to Jesus first, Jesus makes it enough, Jesus makes us enough.