Since graduating from college over three years ago, I have avoided spending long-stints stateside because I thought it would be a death sentence: an order for complacency. Too ordinary for someone who wanted extraordinary. For someone who compared her life to every other world traveler she knows, I thought living stateside was signing my life … Continue reading Living and Breathing Faith.
“…and they brought to him all who were sick and implored him that they might only touch the fringe of his garment. And as many as touched it were made well.” –Matthew 14:34-35 “For the sake of your tradition, you have made void the word of God. You hypocrites.” –Matthew 15:6 When … Continue reading Who Am I Really?
I abhor rereading my old writing, old journals, old blogs. Self-grace for who I have been is not my strong suit. Rather I reflect with an air of deeply felt condescension, wrongly believing my current reality is a place of arrival. As a result of this attitude, I have a hard time with the editing … Continue reading Peeks from a Paper Heart
Tonight—for about the hundredth time this summer—my thought-life circles around one thing: “I don’t get it.” Earlier today, I walked into what was supposed to be a medication follow-up for one issue, only to walk away with an even more severe diagnosis of something that has not been mentioned in the medical conversation all summer. … Continue reading Bad News and an Attitude.
Last year was absolutely the best, most painful, most wonderful, most gut-wrenching year of my life to date. Naturally, it’s been a cakewalk to talk about the beauty, but I’ve shied away from the ugly. Out of this season, I have learned that in order to make pain meaningful, I have to be willing to … Continue reading It’s Not All About Me.
Editor’s Note: This is Tiffany’s first post to Wrecked as a regular contributor. I hope you’re as excited as we are to get to read her writing on a regular basis. Though she’s served in dozens of nations around the world, she’s about looking like Jesus in the every day. She strives to make her … Continue reading Glory To Glory, If I Allow It