All Posts By

Louisa

  • Christian Hedonmism

    Fierce Boat Rides

    The day began like any other day for the twelve disciples as they followed Jesus from town to town; probably taking short cuts through bodies of water. For goodness sake, most of them were…

    September 19, 2020
  • Ministry

    The Church and Her Soil

    I only went because I’m an addict to adventure. But, after my experience with The Little Grand Canyon, or Providence Canyon, in South Georgia, I can now speak of the greater metaphor it holds.…

    July 6, 2020
  • Grace in the Mundane

    Walking in Mystery

    With every blinding flash, a loud boom swiftly followed. With every loud boom there followed rattling windows. Summer thunderstorms in Florida will shake you to your core if you haven’t yet lived through at…

    July 6, 2020
  • Discipleship- Pauls and Timothys Ministry Musings

    Mentor

    She called me her mentor tonight. Fear immediately seized me as I sat frozen while replaying the word in my head. Mentor, mentor, mentor. The moments where I failed to model the character of…

    June 27, 2020
  • Repentance

    The Advocate for Those in Alcatraz

    A little over a mile off the coast of the San Fransisco bay stands the Alcatraz Prison on a small, singular island. The prison was notorious for being the penitentiary for the worst of…

    May 25, 2020
  • Musings

    Do You Hear The Voice?

    In 1994 my mom bought a 6 disc CD player with three-foot speakers on each side. This historical piece of quality musical artistry defined my childhood in many ways. The following year, the American…

    May 13, 2020