Day #1 of Grad School – Chaos in Overdrive!

So far, grad school is like this: hjlbev;ksjbn;wsjk W:djvbXJAD BV:”OXWBL;DLWB V:UHev None of it makes sense. Words are spoken that have no meaning. Reading material just seems like ineligible hieroglyphics of nonsense. It’s chaos, it’s disruptive, but it’s transformative. It’s been one day and I’m already begging for more. Call me an educational masochist or call me crazy, […]

Changing Perspectives About “Ministry”

Before I left my church in May, my friend and former college roommate, Kelly and I would spend countless hours dreaming about what our lives would look like if we just up-and-quit our Youth Ministry jobs and worked for Trader Joe’s or Starbucks (respectively). The joke’s on me because a mere matter of weeks after […]

Locked Doors

Last night I had plans to attend a new worship service in Gilbert. I had been aching to meet new people and build a support system of friends since I moved here and I was really looking forward to the night. Worship + Jesus + adults my own age = an excited Kelsey! I anxiously […]