Haiti | Reflections + Recollections

It’s been awhile, hasn’t it, Filigree Lane?

Lots of life has happened between my last post and today. I accepted a summer job that I’m absolutely thrilled about, {more on that later} my family is in the middle of moving to a different part of our city, and I took a second trip to a country near and dear to my heart…Haiti!

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Year in Review |2016|

Goodbye 2016, Hello 2017!

2016 has been a year full of many challenges, but it has also been filled with many beautiful moments and memories. Today I’m reflecting on my year and sharing some of the highlights.

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Come Lord Jesus |Hope of Advent|

I don’t know about you, but it seems we all need a little extra Christmas this year.  Our world lets out a much needed sigh of relief when the annual holidays roll around. Today, on the first Sunday of Advent, hope is breaking through our shattered world. It comes whispering a hopeful promise: “Just hold on a little longer, Jesus is coming.”

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Keep Freedom Ringing |Vote + Pray|

America is at a crossroads, and I believe we should take every opportunity to stand up for the things of God and His Word.

//FRANKLIN GRAHAM//

The headlines seem to constantly boast of God’s absence in our modern world. Read More

Change the World in Your Sleep |Purpose Hotel|

It all started with an idea.

For the last ten years celebrity photographer, Jeremy Cowart, {watch his story here} has traveled the world doing shoots for renowned celebrities; staying in a countless number of hotels along the way. Now, he wants to revolutionize the hospitality industry with a hotel that will change the world. Read More

The Heart of a Refugee

Refugee. For many, this label, devoid of identity, brings to mind the words “nobody” “foreigner” or  “intruder.” It’s easy to conjure up these stereotypes because we are so far removed from them and their bleak situation. We aren’t faced with the horrors of war. Our last hope for safety doesn’t lie in the hands of human smugglers. We don’t have to stand at a country’s border begging for a visa. This is reality in the life of a refugee. Hopeless. Grim. Strenuous.

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