Californian student moves to Cleveland to finish education Cleveland, Ohio. It’s not somewhere that people generally think about when they decide to move across the country. It isn’t a top destination city that … Continue reading Out-of-state student on why Cleveland isn’t all that bad
I have been attending church since I was seven years old. Since then, I can’t even keep track of the amount of times I’ve heard my pastors tell me to start my day with God. I always understood why they … Continue reading Spending mornings with the Lord
It’s no secret that when you let God come into your life, some changes will most likely be made. The struggle is being open enough to let that happen. But once you open up your heart to Him, you will … Continue reading Letting God come & transform you
Figuring out how to heal can be hard. Everyone heals differently and healing always takes time. It’s okay to figure it out at your own pace. In an instant, your entire world can be turned upside down. It’s never easy … Continue reading the art of healing
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything on here and as much as that disappoints me, I know the reason for it is fair. I’ve had … Continue reading Finding support in Him
Days seem to keep slipping by. I’m in my early twenties, should be taking advantage of every minute of each day. But instead, I find myself … Continue reading hold on to those good old days
“No one knows me, no one ever will. If I don’t say something, if I just lie still.” Singer and songwriter Milck showed her own vulnerability when sharing these words in her song “Quiet.” Another line that hits you in … Continue reading Eventually things will turn around, even if not right now. And that’s ok.
When someone comes into your life and they seem to instantly connect with you, the automatic assumption is that you were meant to be in each other’s lives. As friends, partners or even just acquaintances. Usually, these feelings are accurate. … Continue reading Don’t get caught up in the web of invalidity
We’ve all had those days where we’re just done. We are over the day or week, would rather curl up and sleep. Hide away until the feeling of imminent doom has passed. Okay, this might sound a bit dramatic. But … Continue reading Why be a student journalist?
This past weekend, Friday, July 28th – Sunday, July 30th, I attended an event by the name of Steubenville.
Steubenville is an annual weekend retreat for Christian, specifically Catholic, youth. I attended this with my own personal viewpoint because while I am a practicing Christian and have been for most of my life, I am not a confirmed Catholic. Continue reading Keeping up with the Catholics