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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It’s All Greek To Me

Yassas! {That means hello in Greek} This week in Greece has been non-stop, in a good way. Here are some highlights! Keep on reading!

Nether say Nether |Amsterdam|

Hi friends!

I made it to Europe! Currently, I’m on a flight to Zurich, Switzerland. Our team has spent the past couple days traveling to Europe, then training in the Netherlands. Read More

Journaling With Jesus |Heart Prep|

A movement of holy creativity erupted a few years ago when a group of women began blogging, posting, and sharing the art they had created in the margins of their Bibles. Bible art journaling has since exploded over the past couple of years. It seems like a revolutionary Bible study, but creating with Jesus is not a new thing. David spent hours composing eloquent songs to his King. In Exodus, God precisely laid out the design for the Ark of the Covenant to Moses, down to the colors of the thread on the curtains. At the beginning of time the Lord breathed stars, color, flowers, mountains, everything into existence. Our God is the author of art, and He invites us to create for His greater glory.

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You Are SO Loved

Social media tells you that you’re less-than perfect. Your report card says you’ll never amount to much. The mirror highlights all of your flaws. The messes in your house remind you that you can’t do it all. Your silent phone implies that you don’t matter.



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