"Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, into Judea, to the city of David, which is called Bethlehem, because he was of the house and lineage of David, to be registered with Mary, his betrothed wife, who was with child. So it was, that while they were there, the days… Continue reading The Significance of Christmas
I put a poll on my Instagram story a little while ago asking if people would be interested in a blog series on what books I read during the month, and the overall consensus was yes! I am finally getting around to it. I've got three books on the list to talk about today, set… Continue reading Britt’s Bookshelf » No. 1
It's that time of year again, and usually I'm pretty quiet about this but it has been on my heart to share, so here we are. Growing up, my family never celebrated Halloween. I had a basic understanding as to why, but mostly just felt like I was missing out on something fun that everyone… Continue reading Why I Don’t Celebrate Halloween
I recently watched the movie "Overcomer" in theatres. It's the newest film from the Kendrick Brothers (if you haven't seen any of their other ones, you really should!) and I highly recommend watching it! It focuses on a man who is a teacher and a basketball coach. The problem is, a factory that employs most of the… Continue reading Who are you?
I think this was my favourite post EVER to write, because I had the best co-author! Alex and I really enjoyed discussing all of these questions, and we hope that they will be able to encourage you in whatever season you find yourself in. So let's get right into it! ** Disclaimer: All of these… Continue reading You asked, We answered: A Q&A by A+B
The Joy Project was born two summers ago. It began as mental lists I would curate while picking strawberries in our garden, and blossomed into lists in the notes on my phone or in my journals. Just simple little things in day to day life that I found great joy in. You may remember my… Continue reading the joy project // no. 1
We have just entered the month of September, and with September often comes a season full of change. Maybe you're entering a new grade at school. Maybe you're starting university, or maybe you're beginning a year off between the two with no plans for your future. Whatever your situation is, if you're in a season… Continue reading an open letter about the future.
I can honestly say that this year of kids camp was by far my favourite year as a counsellor. I started it off with a simple prayer: that the girls in my cabin would leave impacted by whatever happened. And what a special week it was! I had a cabin full of the sweetest grade… Continue reading kids camp 2019
I saw a post the other day about bold surrender to Christ and it hasn't left my mind. I keep seeing whispers of the same message everywhere. When I opened my devotional book yesterday morning. When I pulled up Pinterest on my phone. When I turned to a random page in my Bible. In the… Continue reading the world behind me.
When I moved away from home in September for school, the hardest thing for me to adjust to was how terribly quiet my new house was. I started watching a lot of Netflix in the evenings, mostly just as background noise. I was a sucker for any romantic comedy I could get my hands on, and I… Continue reading the one where we get real about media + dating