Posts with the tag “emily-goldin”

Open Spaces
March 22nd, 2020
I’ve had a lot more time on my hands this week, so I’ve taken up walking. I especially love it when the sun is out reminding me that there is still so much warmth to be felt here in this season. There...  Read More
by Devon McCoy
Rest for All Seasons
December 20th, 2019
How many of you struggle with finding a rhythm over the holidays? Because I sure do!!!Fall semester is like running a race that never stops. We go go go until we’re just about entirely depleted am I r...  Read More
by Devon McCoy
Change in the Air
August 14th, 2019
I love being on the brink of new seasons. The first taste of fall’s crisp air after a long hot summer or the first bloom of spring after a barren winter, I’m always captivated by how the transition br...  Read More
by Devon McCoy
Life at His Feet
July 9th, 2019
I wonder if Mary’s heart was beating fast as she gazed upon her Savior for the first time. Her sister’s complaints fading into the background as she heard the sound of His feet walking around her home...  Read More
by Devon McCoy
The Source of Life
June 17th, 2019
Imagine our entire Wesley body, all 1000 + of us climbing up a mountain together. Now imagine that times five. Climbing up the mountain step by step, a crowd so thick forming not even the mountain top...  Read More
by Devon McCoy
Paul | Bold + Unshakeable
February 11th, 2019
When I really think about the gospel spilling out into the world, I think of the dusty feet walking miles of roads and the only thing the early Christians surely carried was a powerful message. And I ...  Read More
by Devon McCoy
Resolutions: Where are you hiding?
January 4th, 2019
I don’t typically love resolutions. I think a lot of my feelings towards them stem from knowing reality: will they stand against life? Most times, they don’t for me. I may get through a few months, bu...  Read More
by Devon McCoy
The Promise of Immanuel
December 7th, 2018
I remember the first time I really started talking to God. I was 14. I would get up super early each day. It would be before the sun even broke through the morning sky, and I would write down everythi...  Read More
by Devon McCoy