plagued by control

“he has caused us to be born again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead,” 1 Peter 1:3b, ESV I hate the Coronavirus. I hate the Quarantine. But— the thing I hate most about it, is the dominance it has on our conversations with one another. Every single time … Continue reading plagued by control

in the grass.

Build me a homeInside your scarsBuild me a homeInside your songBuild me a homeInside your open armsThe only place I ever will belong Jon Foreman, I am still running This blog is a bit different in which I am writing it with a dear friend Carly Caroll. We are both Junior Theatre majors at Abilene … Continue reading in the grass.

comfort.

If you haven’t heard or seen any posts about it, it was recently Sing Song weekend at Abilene Christian University. An event where clubs and classes put together weird and elaborate acts consisting of multiple songs, choreo, and costumes. It honestly sounds quite insane but it is one of the most fun things to be … Continue reading comfort.

intensity

I am fresh off a weekend of filming in 30 degree weather for a film called “The Brotherhood” written by a dear friend; Wade Byington and directed by both Wade and Rankin Dean. We filmed one of the final scenes which I’m sure counts as one of the most intense scenes in the film. It … Continue reading intensity