Tag: Bree Hayden

Thanks-Giving: Thanking God in the Darkness

  In this season of Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday, I feel like it’s appropriate to take a pause from our “regularly scheduled programming” and talk about the idea of thanks-giving. It’s a pretty common topic (especially this time of year) but I’d like to discuss the tougher side of thanksgiving: giving thanks to […]

Written by on December 2, 2019

Facing Rejection

We’ve all felt it- whether at the hands of a friend on the playground or a childhood crush. Maybe it even came from a deeper place: like a parent, a close confidante, or even a spouse. Rejection. Every person experiences it at least once. Rejection can cause some deep and bitter wounds unless we take […]

Written by on May 31, 2019


Have you ever felt like you can’t do anything important because you’re too young? Do you feel like older generations brush off your thoughts and experiences because of your age? Sometimes you might feel like screaming because you just feel so… underrated. You’re not alone. Teens and young adults are fighting for recognition. They want […]

Written by on May 17, 2019

On Evangelism and Fear

My hands were sweating, and my heart was beating with that heavy, shake-inducing kind of rhythm that I normally only get when looking down from precarious heights. I trembled a tiny bit when handing the woman a small pamphlet about faith. I looked at her, gathered my courage and asked “Would you like to talk […]

Written by on March 2, 2019

Four Ways to Encourage Your Friends

Friendship is one of the most valuable things God has blessed us with on Earth. Our friends become some of the most important people in our lives- confidantes, prayer partners, and counsel providers. It’s natural to want to encourage and love on them- in fact, it’s Biblical! 1 Thessalonians 5:11 says “Therefore encourage one another […]

Written by on February 15, 2019