What Freedom Feels Like

A few months ago, my friend & I started a women’s group called Rally. I saw it clearly in my head: the group of women gathered to connect, be seen, and find friendship with other women all for God’s glory. As I drove to Rally last night, I started praying some fierce prayers. We hadn’t met in about three weeks, and I was praying for … Continue reading What Freedom Feels Like

Rally: The Longing for Connection

Nine years ago I sat among my peers talking about life. Our youth group met in our youth pastor’s home, so we were gathered in a circle in their living room. We were talking about seasons of life, and I knew that I needed to share. My pounding heart and twisted gut prompted me. So I sat there, among peers who I didn’t know at … Continue reading Rally: The Longing for Connection

Rally: Real Talk

Yesterday was a leap of faith. Today, I just want to talk real talk. All day yesterday, I felt like I had consumed five cups of coffee. Releasing Rally into the world felt too dang uncomfortable for my liking. We’ve been praying about it for weeks. I already know what God will do if we’re obedient, so it feels like it’s already there. It feels … Continue reading Rally: Real Talk