Fluorescent lights. A little girl screaming while her parents tell the receptionist they think her leg is broken. A woman with a bloodied face holding back tears while speaking with a police officer. Names being called and codes being read over speakers.
The emergency room at its finest.
Continue reading “Worship In Waiting Rooms”
I’ve stood on a battlefield, staring down a roaring lion, glimpsing the mountains in the background. I’ve stood in that moment and realized that there’s a fight to be had and a long trek ahead.
And that’s before I even opened my eyes to turn off the agitating alarm telling me to begin the day. Continue reading “lions to fight and mountains to climb”
Yesterday, October 25th, marked two months since I moved away from my home, my family and friends, and everything that was familiar in order to finish my education. Although this is a common and usual thing as you transition into adulthood, change is a significantly difficult thing for me to handle; I have always taken a little bit longer than others to adapt to things, and I love dwelling in my comfort zone. Continue reading “Off the Edge of Life”