The Book Of Wisdom- A Three Month Journey (1/3)

It is often said that the book of Proverbs, the book of wisdom, has 31 chapters for every day of the month (if the month has 30 days, you read chapters 30 and 31 on the 30th).  So, the pastor that Mom and I listen to created a journal to go along with said book. … Continue reading The Book Of Wisdom- A Three Month Journey (1/3)


National Stationary Week

Happy National Stationary Week! I had been wanting to write a post about my favorite writing utensils and such, so I thought this would be the perfect time! As a writer, the things we use to get our thoughts down onto a piece of paper, a physical piece of paper, is very important. It was … Continue reading National Stationary Week

Find A Need And Fight For It

Justice. I love to fight for justice. Injustice fuels a passion inside of me, that I just don't know what to do with. I try to be a voice for people who don't think that their voice matters (I guess this is why my storytelling super power is The Disruptor). Which is why I had … Continue reading Find A Need And Fight For It

Empty Tomb, Full Of Victory

After Jesus died, He took a detour to Hades (where He saved the believers, told the fallen angels that He has victory over death, and brought back the keys of Hades and of Death (see Rev. 1:18). Gee, He accomplished a lot ). Mark 16:1&2, 5&6 (1) Now when the Sabbath was past.... (2) Very … Continue reading Empty Tomb, Full Of Victory

A House And A Hanging

After Jesus went to trial, His journey continued.   John 18:24 Then Annas sent Him bound to Caiaphas the high priest. This is Caiaphas' house.  Yesterday, I showed you a picture of the steps that Jesus walked up (along with the Mount of Olives).  Those steps lead to these steps. After Caiaphas was done with … Continue reading A House And A Hanging

The Courtroom And The Denial

After Jesus gets picked up at the garden, He is then taken to trial. Matthew 26:57 And those who had laid hold of Jesus led Him away... The first set of steps (the ones in the middle of the pictures) are the supposed steps that Jesus walked up.  In the distance, you can see the … Continue reading The Courtroom And The Denial

The Last Supper And The Garden

After the Palm Sunday walk, Jesus went to a temple and taught there, answering the Pharisees and chief priests (He even overturned some tables, see Matthew 21:12). Mark 14:12-15 Now on the first day of Unleavened Bread...His disciples said to Him, "Where do you want us to prepare, that You may eat the Passover?" (15) … Continue reading The Last Supper And The Garden