2014 —> 2015

Disclaimer- I’m sick while writing this and my brain isn’t working so if none of this makes sense…. sorry.

Yes, this is going to be a cheesy New Year blog.

2014 was pretty great. Here are some highlights.

I got on a plane for the first time.

I went on easily the most rewarding mission trip I’ve ever been on to Texas.1505643_10151924231486751_107184717_n

My hair went from being this long…

To being this short…

I revisited one of my favorite places in the universe… Tybee Island.10338273_10203135175833720_2795872714664345646_n

I worked YOKE summer camp.

I started my junior year of college.

I began leading the most wonderful Life Group I ever could have asked for.

I went on another mission trip to Atlanta.

Annnnd this guy happened.

Those are just some of the things that made this year so great. I’ve also learned quite a few things. I learned that God’s plans are infinitely greater than my plans. I learned that I can be reminded of God’s grace through people. I learned that God is Healer. I learned that I am so blessed with friendships that will last forever. I learned that love is so much different than I thought it was- in a good way. I learned that God needs people to stay where they are to share the Gospel. I learned that laughter can heal anything. I learned how to listen and be there for people. I learned that I can be content in knowing that God is trustworthy.

As for 2015…
I’m so excited to see what happens next. I’m sure it’ll be full of adventures and learning experiences. I’m especially excited to start my social work internship and go to Chicago. God continuously surprised me with amazing experiences and wonderful people in 2014 and I’m sure He will do the same in 2015.

Here’s to a new year…
“Brothers, I do not consider that I have made it my own. But one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead, I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 3:13-14


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