I think one fear that dictates so much of our actions and responses is this feeling of being left out.
Just think about it.
We dress a certain way to fit in with the popular kids. We act a certain way to get attention. We speak a certain way to gain more friends. We wear ourselves out constantly performing for others so that they will like us and invite us to be a part of who they are.
Because inside all of us there is this fear of being left out. Because the fear of being left out boils down to the fear of being alone.
And no one wants to be alone.
Maybe that's why rejection hurts so badly. Maybe that's why a friend's betrayal cuts too deep or a parent's absence wounds a little too much. Maybe that's why your heart burns a little when your friends all go to an event together and leave you out entirely. Maybe that's why your feelings are bruised when your friends ignore you in conversations.
Because being alone and left out hurts like crazy. And being alone makes you feel forgotten.
Maybe, just maybe, that's the hidden fear behind it all.
The hidden fear behind your eyes when you are afraid that if you do not measure up, everyone will leave you alone. The hidden fear that when your friends start having conversations without you, you will be left out.
Because we're afraid of being forgotten.
When the people in our lives can seemingly go on, leaving us and our hurts, out of the equation, we feel hopelessly forgotten and alone. That feeling you got in the youth group when all the girls whispered behind your backs and left you out of the group, is now a hidden wound in your heart that yells "danger!" anytime someone else begins to ignore you.
But are you ready for some truth to rain into your Saturday evening tonight?
Because there is a truth so great that it can absolutely shatter to pieces this fear of being alone, this lie of being forgotten.
"Can a woman forget her nursing child, and not have compassion on the son of her womb? Surely, they may forget, yet I will not forget you." (Isaiah 49:15, emphasis mine)
Do you see the truth here, sweet reader?
As seemingly impossible as it may be for a mother to forget their child whom they gave birth to, this verse says that surely they may forget.
But Jesus is leaning in close and whispering to the wounded places of your heart and soul...
I will not forget you.
He promises to never forget you and here is His promise that He gives right after in verse 16, so you can be sure...
"See, I have inscribed you on the palms of My hands; your walls are continually before Me."
He says that He has inscribed us, inscribed your very name, on the palm of His hand! How can you not trust and believe in His promise that He will never forget you? He has given you a sign.
So this, my friend, is my encouragement to you next time those hurtful feelings of being left out resurface in your memory.
Though your friends may leave you out. Though your family may forget you.
He never will.
Not for a moment. Not ever.
You are wholly known and wholly loved by Him. His presence is always with you, so you are never alone. His thoughts are always about you, so you are never forgotten. And He always extends His hand to you to be with Him, so you are never left out.
Lift your head up, dear one.
You are remembered. ♥
Sitting down here today I honestly had no idea what to write about. So today I decided to write you a short letter...from my heart to yours, telling you the five things I want you to always remember. The five things I hope you never forget.
Let's be real for just a minute. Life is hard. There are some days that just take every part of us and leave us exhausted. Those moments cloud our vision about life, ourselves, and others. So these are the words I want you to remember in those hard moments. The moments when you don't feel these words, I want you to remember that they're always true.
Hold onto this truth and it'll help you through those hard times.
1) You are loved (Jeremiah 31:3). I know these words seem to be tossed around all the time, so much that we can sometimes forget what they really mean. But here's the thing...even on those hard days? The days when you don't feel lovable? The days when you don't feel fully loved by anyone? The Creator of the whole world, the One who made you, is so madly in love with you that you could never even comprehend it. He's crazy about you!! His love is more magnificent than the greatest romance book of all time and His heart for you is larger than life. He loves even your broken pieces and your messy pieces. He loves you completely and fully. His love is the only thing that can complete you. So on those hard days when the lies whisper that no one loves you? Please, hold onto this. You are loved. Completely. Fully. Unimaginably loved. And His love is never going away.
2) You are not alone (Hebrews 13:5). Not for one single second have you ever been alone. Everyone you've ever loved may have walked out on you. You may not have one person in this world you can fully trust or rely on. But you are never alone. Because the One who hung the stars in place holds your heart in His hands and stands by your side. His arms wrap you in His strong embrace when the world walks out and He whispers assurances of His love in your ear, if you just listen long enough to hear them. No matter what you do, or what happens to you, there will never be a moment when He walks out or leaves you. He will always be right there.
3) The morning always comes (Psalm 30:5). Sometimes those dark nights of pain and hurt seem to last forever. We wonder how to go on. We long for the light to shine through the darkness because the darkness hurts too much. Well, you know what? The morning always comes. The sun always rises again. Those bright beams of light always come up over the horizon after a long night. Never give up hope and stop believing. Because your morning will come too. You might be feeling like you're going through a long night that won't end, but someday it will. Someday morning will come again for you too. I promise.
4) You are forgiven (Isaiah 43:25). You know those times when you know that you've completely messed up? You've totally ruined whatever situation it is and you know you've messed up big time. And you know those times when the sin in your life destroyed so many things you loved and at the end of it you just wish you could do it all again? Those times when you messed up so bad you don't think anyone could forgive you and you for sure couldn't forgive yourself? The truth is...you're already forgiven. God says that He has blotted out your sins and forgiven all your offenses! But that's not where He stops! He also says that He will remember your sins no more. So those nights when you lie awake thinking back on the wrong choices you made and wishing you could redo them? He doesn't even remember them. So breathe, my friend. Take a deep breath and breathe in this amazing, radical forgiveness. No matter what you've done, it is covered by the blood of Jesus.
5) Your life matters (Jeremiah 1:5). Oh, yes. Yes it does. More than you could imagine. More than you could comprehend. Your life has purpose. You are here for a reason. And your life is priceless. Your life matters beyond what you can even see right now. There are people and things in this life that God created you to impact, and you alone. If you aren't here or if you don't pursue the purpose God has given you, then others will miss out too. So never, not for one moment, forget your worth and how much you matter. To the people in your life and to the people your life is meant to touch, and to the God of all creation, you matter. Believe it. ♥
Never forget, my friends.
This post is for all my ladies out there! Hey, girls! Hope you're having a great Thursday night, and I hope this post makes it even better! I know this news made MY day even better! :) Today, Crown of Beauty Magazine released their first issue of 2017, the GLOW issue! Yay! *excited cheers*
I am SO excited about this issue and just so excited about Crown of Beauty in general! :) I've had the honor of interning with Crown of Beauty since last fall and it has been such an amazing adventure! I am so thankful God gave me this opportunity and it would mean so much to me if y'all checked out the new issue at:
You're gonna love it, trust me!! I have an article featured in this issue too, by the way! If y'all stop by and check out the magazine, we'd love to know what you think! :) There is a guest book to sign at the end of the magazine if you wish to do so, where you can tell us where you're reading from and what your favorite part of the issue was! :)
(*whispers* Jamie Grace, Spencer Kane, and LoveCollide fans! There are super cool interviews with each of those awesome artists in this issue, that you won't want to miss!!!)
So go check it out! And spread the word! I hope you'll be just as excited as I am <3
Hey y'all! I'm really excited about today's post because today I have a super fun interview for all of you! This interview is with Kylie Jacobs from Christ Centered Girls magazine! I had the joy of joining the writing team for Christ Centered Girls recently, and I thought you all might enjoy finding out more about this awesome ministry from Kylie! So without further ado, here we go. :)
Bella: Thank you so much for doing this interview with us Kylie! Do you want to start by telling us a little bit more about yourself so we can get to know you better?
Kylie: My name is Kylie Jacobs and I am the founder of Christ Centered Girls Magazine. I am also an actress, and model. My family calls me "Wild Child" because I love going on adventures and am kind of a risk taker. I want to share my story and the gospel with girls all over the world, and I am a huge dreamer. I think everyone has a story to share, and I want to hear what that story is.
Bella: When did you begin your magazine, Christ Centered Girls? And why did you decide to start it?
Kylie: I began Christ Centered Girls Magazine about 8 months ago. I have always had a passion for Jesus and a calling to inspire others to follow him. In any way that I can. Once I hit my teen years at about thirteen years old, I began to get into pop culture and the entertainment industry. As I read the latest news about my favorite artist's, articles on how to kiss, and many other things I began to realize that what I was reading wasn't uplifting in anyway. The advice that these magazine's were giving girls was shocking to me! I remember a specific article that was titled "The NEW Sex, Better than the Old Sex!" In a magazine that my friend had picked up. I came to the realization that Hollywood has greatly impacted our world. I told my mom how I had been feeling about what I was reading and she said "Well then lets find some Christian magazines!" I hadn't even thought of that, or the fact that a Christian magazine might even exist! So we searched the web and eventually stumbled upon this one site that had fun quizzes, great advice and an e-magazine! As I continued to browse the site I could feel God urging me to do this. He wanted me to start my own magazine just like this one. At first I thought it was crazy! A 13 year old creating a magazine!? But I knew it was what God wanted for me at that time, so I decided to set that goal for myself. Three years later at the age of sixteen, I created Christ Centered Girls.
Bella: So I know you're also an actress and a model! Do you mind telling us a little bit more about your acting and modeling?
Kylie: Haha Yes! Ever since I was young I have put on skits for my family, I would dress up in big princess costumes and pretend I was walking down the red carpet! As I got older I auditioned for school plays and such, but it wasn't till this year that I got a role in my first film! Its called Playing the Game and its about Human trafficking based in the Bay area. Modeling has come just recently. I had never had an interest in being a model because I didn't want to turn into one of those conceded girls. Staying humble has always been something I strive for everyday since I struggle with pride. But as I had gotten more into acting I realized that I needed to model to help launch my career and get my name out there. I have always loved photography, so I started taking pictures of myself and posting them on Instagram. I just recently have started doing actual photo shoots and I have found that I actually love it! Who knew.
Bella: Who inspires you as a writer and actress?
Kylie: Well Audrey Hepburn has always inspired me as an actress and just person in general. She is somebody that I strive to be like everyday. Giving more than receiving. As a writer though...probably Jane Austin. She has written many classics even though she was a woman. I can only imagine the criticism she must have gotten back then. She sure showed them!
Bella: What is your favorite Bible verse and why?
Kylie: Well it changes every month. It really depends on my mood. But I LOVE 1 Tim. 4:12 Because I feel like it really applies to my life. 1 Tim 4:12 "Dont let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity."
Bella: What advice do you have for other girls about following Jesus no matter what He asks of you?
Kylie: My advice to you would be to be brave, and trust Him! I know it sounds easier said than done! But sometimes God calls us to do things that might seem impossible or scary, but you can do anything through Christ who gives you strength. You might not be able to do it by yourself, but with God anything is possible. He knows what is best for us, so dont be afraid to take that leap of faith. God is with you through all your ups and downs, even if you dont see Him right now. Then enemy will try to sneak in between you and God to pull you apart because he knows that if you have God by your side, you could do anything. Remember that next time the enemy tries to pull you two apart.
Bella: What is your favorite part about writing your magazine?
Kylie: My favorite part is... well two things really.
1. I love reading other girls stories. The ones who enter in the real girls section of the magazine.
2. But the other part would be writing the "letter from the editor" I feel like its my way of connecting with the readers!
Thank you so much for doing this interview with us, Kylie! You can find more on Kylie at www.christcenteredgirls.wordpress.com
Facebook: Kylie Jacobs
It was December 2010.
It was a day that would change my life forever.
We all have those moments that shape us. Those moments that define us. The moments when we discover why we are here and the special mission God has for us.
Maybe it doesn't come all at once, or maybe it does. Maybe the realization comes to you slowly over several years, or maybe you understand it in a few seconds.
For me, it was sort of both.
But that day in December 2010 was the moment that defined for me the mission God had for me. And I knew this was what God had in mind for me when He created me. Although it took years to get to the point where I fully understand His full calling, even now I sometimes don't understand it, I still consider that a defining moment in my life.
Some of the details are all blurry in my mind now, six years later, but I can still remember what I felt.
You see, that day I was sitting in a store with my mom while she worked, reading a book.
What I read shook me to the core. I didn't fully comprehend or understand it. I didn't even know if I really wanted to understand it.
Ever since I was little I was fascinated with the Underground Railroad and the way abolitionists of the past would sacrifice everything to fight for freedom. Some would even sacrifice their very lives until all people were free. Their bravery and heroic deeds captivated me. As a young girl I wrote stories of abolitionists in the Civil War era, fighting to bring freedom to their fellow men and women. And I always believed that if I lived back then, I would've been a brave abolitionist too.
Then I read that book that snowy winter day.
And it was telling me that I could still be a brave abolitionist.
The reason? Because slavery never ended.
Slavery still exists.
I still remember the pounding of my heart when I read those words and the anger that boiled through my body. How could this be? How could I not have known sooner?
And that was the moment I knew I would never be the same. That was the moment that defined the years of my life to come.
Because in that moment I realized that this is what God had in mind for me. This was His mission for me. To fight for justice and speek for freedom...until all are free.
It's been a crazy journey these last six years as I have dedicated my life to learning more about human trafficking and modern-day slavery, and doing whatever I can to end it.
At this point, you're probably wondering why I have even written this post, because if you've been following my blog, you know I've done posts about this before. :) Ending slavery and bringing forth freedom is the passion in the core of my soul.
Well, I've written this post again today because today is January 11, 2017. National Human Trafficking Awareness Day.
And that's why I've written this post.
Because on this day I want you to remember.
I want you to remember that not everyone is free. Not everyone is living in freedom. Tonight not everyone will go to sleep when they decide to. Tonight millions of men, women, and children will go to sleep not having any hope for tomorrow and not knowing they are loved, not knowing if they will even make it through tomorrow. They're stuck in the brick kilns, the clothing factories, the commerical sex slave trade. They're all around us. Halfway across the world and right here in America. Right here in your backyard. Do you see them?
So today I want you to not only remember them, but I also want you to remember when you first heard about slavery and human trafficking. Maybe it was just now when reading this post. Maybe it was years ago. I want you to remember the anger you felt when hearing that even in America, the land of the free, not all are truly free. And when remembering, I need you to know something.
You're responsible now.
The torch of abolition and freedom that the great abolitionists of old held in their hands is being passed onto you today. You know the truth now. And you only have two choices.
To turn and walk away and pretend you never knew.
Or to take the torch in your hand and light the way to freedom again.
Which will you choose? From now on, you know the truth. What you do with it is entirely up to you.
Here are 5 steps you can take today, National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, to become a modern-day freedom seeker and abolitionist:
1) Put the National Human Trafficking Hotline number into your cell phone. Yes, I'm sure 99% of you have cell phones, and so how easy is this?! All you have to do is enter this number into your cell phone so it's with you all the time. Whenever you see suspicious activity or something that just doesn't look right, something that looks like human trafficking, you call that number and report it. By doing so, you could save a life. Here's the number: 888-3737-888
2) Check out the websites of these great organizations and consider donating to support them or get involved in one of their other campaigns (If you're under your parents authority, please speak with them first): International Justice Mission--www.ijm.org. Hope for Justice--www.hopeforjustice.org. Free the Slaves--www.freetheslaves.net. A21 Campaign--www.a21.org.
3) Pray. Pray with all of your heart for freedom to be restored and for the captives to be set free. God's heart is for the oppressed and we are to be for them too. So pray, pray, pray.
4) Tell someone! Spread the word today! It's National Human Trafficking Awareness Day after all! Use your social media! Tweet, post, pin, whatever it is that you do. Do it to bring freedom. Raise that awareness and make people aware of what is really going on in the world around us. Human trafficking and slavery can only thrive when we remain in ignorance and refuse to do anything about what we know.
5) Change the way you live, starting today. Most of the products we consume on a daily basis have some form of slavery in them. It's inevitable that something you own has slave labor in it. From the smartphones you carry, to the food in your kitchen, to the clothes that you wear. I'm not telling you to give up or stop consuming everything that has slave labor in it, because that would be impossible. But what I am daring you to do is to choose just one thing that you can do. I don't eat chocolate unless it's 100% fairly traded. What if you gave up chocolate for the remaining days in January to declare to others that you are for freedom and that you want to do something about it. I'm not telling you that you have to give it up forever, but what about just for a few days? It's conversation starters, people will ask you why! Let them know the truth.
Will you stand for freedom?
It starts today and it starts with you. YOU could be the next great abolitionist God is raising up to set a generation free.
How will you respond to His calling?
Let us fight for freedom again...until all are free.
Wasn't it just yesterday that my mom helped me sign up for my first ever Bible Bee in 2011? Wasn't it just yesterday that I walked out of the JW Marriott hotel in San Antonio, TX and hugged my friends for the last time?
The memories in between each of these moments are beautiful ones. Every memory from my Bible Bee journey was stunningly beautiful. Yes, there were the painful moments and the stressful moments. The moments of tears and the moments of heart break. But every moment was beautiful because God showed up in every moment on that journey. Sometimes He showed up in ways I knew He would and sometimes it was ways I never would've expected. He was so good and faithful every step of the journey. ♥
Yet when I became Alumni of the National Bible Bee, my journey was not to end there.
I was fourteen, at my first ever Nationals in 2011, when I first decided that one day I was going to host a Local Bee. Every year at Nationals after that, I always reminded myself that someday I wanted to host.
Hosting was an honor that I one day hoped to have. Hosting had the high responsiblity of encouraging, inspiring, and building up the next generation of young people who would be dedicated to the Word of God.
My Local Bible Bee Hosts over the years were amazing, but my host in 2013 and 2014 inspired me the most. And one day I wanted to give back to the next generation of Bible Bee-er's, what my host had given to me. Motivation, inspiration, dedication.
And then, all too soon, my Bible Bee journey ended as a contestant.
When 2016 came around I always thought I would host, but I was actually hesitant to register.
I had many different concerns. What if no one signed up at my bee? What if I wasn't a good host? What if I didn't know how to lead the kids? What if...?
In the midst of my uncertainty, I felt God urging me to register to host. I felt it so strongly, I knew it was His will for me. So I took the leap of faith and signed up as a 2016 Local Bible Bee Host.
Looking back, I wouldn't trade that experience for anything. It was one of the greatest adventures. All the hard work and sacrifice, and yes even tears, that I put into hosting was all worth it the day I stood at my first fellowship gathering, and one of my Primary's recited a Scripture verse to me. They recited so excitedly and it brought back a flood of emotions as I remembered being in their place, reciting. As I listened to them, I knew this was what the Bible Bee was all about. Not the competition, not the prizes, not Nationals. It was about these verses they were reciting and one generation turning and discipling the next to be a student of the Word of God.
It was an honor to host a Local Bee and encourage each of the 11 contestants registered under me. I loved each of them and our group had so much fun. I have never been so proud of a group of kids as I was of each of them as they studied and recited.
When I found out in November that I had been awarded the Host of the Year 2016 award from the National Bible Bee, I was stunned. I had dreamed of winning this award, but never thought it could happen. When God gave me that award, I was humbled and honored. To God be the glory, great things He has done. ♥
So as I look back on winning this award and my time as a Local host in 2016, I decided to write a post to encourage YOU to host a Local Bible Bee this summer in 2017! Yes, you!
And here are the reasons why I think you should:
1) It will impact your life. Having this role of inspiring and encouraging these kids, really should be taken seriously. As hosts we have the honor of pointing these kids to the Word of God and encouraging them to dedicate their entire summer to studying more about Jesus. What better way to use their summer than this!! As you help these kids study and as you listen to them recite, it will impact your life. I know for me, those contestants at my bee inspired me to keep memorizing, even as alumni. Hosting will impact your life in some way, I promise.
2) It will impact the contestants' lives. The Bible Bee changed my life every step of the way. From learning more about how to study God's Word, to hiding thousands of Bible verses in my heart, and to trusting God with every aspect of the competition, I was not the same person after Bible Bee as I was before. I was stronger in my faith and more dedicated to the Word of God because of this journey. As a Local Host, you're giving this opportunity to another child. By bringing the Bible Bee to your town and community, you're giving a contestant the chance to have their lives changed by the Word of God.
3) If you're Bible Bee Alumni, you should host. It's just as simple as that :) I honestly think that as a Bible Bee Alumni, it's our responsibility to turn back and disciple the next generation coming after us. Whether that means hosting, helping another local host, or volunteering at Nationals, I feel it is our responsibility to give back what was given to us. As previous Bible Bee contestants we were given the gift of having the opportunity to study God's Word all summer (and fall!) long! I urge you to give that back to others. As Alumni you also know what it's like to be a contestant and you know how much fun it can be! Hosting was a blast for me because I wanted to create a celebration day and ceremony for my contestants that I know would've made me thrilled as a contestant. You have the special gift of having walked this road before these young ones. Now you can inspire them the way alumni and local hosts inspired you.
4) You will laugh a lot. Yep, it's true. :) You will have just as much fun as your contestants if you let yourself! From making up games to play with the contestants, to singing songs totally off-key, you will have the time of your life and it will be incredible. :)
5) You will learn more than you thought possible. Oh, yes, you will! I learned so much from my hosting experience. I learned how to organize an event, lead a group, and encourage others to get involved! From calling several different places about spreading the word, to emailing my contestants on a weekly basis, everything I did taught me something as well. And the greatest gift of all, was learning more about Jesus as I studied along with these precious kids. :)
So there you have it. And now the choice is up to you.
Will you take the leap of faith and register to host a Local Bible Bee in 2017? You won't regret it, I promise. Take a leap of faith and trust God. It will be amazing. :)
Go here: www.biblebee.org to learn more about hosting in 2017! I dare you. ;)
And if you're between the ages of 7-18, stay tuned for another post coming soon about why I think you should compete in the Bible Bee in 2017! ;)
Praise Jesus ♥
When was the last time you wanted to do something one minute and the next minute you didn't feel like doing it anymore?
I don't know about you, but I get this way sometimes when it comes to washing dishes. I get up to do them because I want to get them done and I want to finish them. Then when I actually stand over the sink full of dishes, my feelings change and I no longer want to be doing them or getting them done.
And sometimes this goes beyond daily chores too.
Like you know those times when your feelings convince you that something is true when it's not?
Maybe in the midst of a trial you felt like God had abandoned you and left you alone. Your feelings lied that He wasn't with you.
Maybe after getting yourself into a deep cycle of sin or betrayal, you felt like God was angry with you and ashamed of what you'd done. Your feelings lied that He wouldn't forgive you.
Maybe after an exciting accomplishment, you felt proud of what you'd done and ready to take on the next project coming your way. Yet your feelings lied that you could do it all in your own strength.
Maybe after someone broke your trust, you felt like you couldn't trust anyone again so you pushed everyone away. Your feelings lied that you couldn't trust God either.
Do you see the damage that these lies can do?
Because when we believe something long enough it becomes truth to us, even if it's not really truth at all.
At this point you might argue with me saying, "But I can't control the way I feel sometimes! I try not to feel that way, but I still do." And I understand.
But let me tell you a little secret.
Your feelings don't have to control you. How?
Because when you stop believing the lie those feelings are feeding to you, sooner or later the feelings are gonna leave too.
When you feel like God has abandoned you, remind yourself this, "God loves me more than I could ever imagine. And nothing in this world can separate me from His love. He will never leave me or forsake me." Before long you'll stop feeling that way and you'll start living in the truth of what is real. Because feelings aren't reality. They lie to us to cause us to believe what isn't true so that we can no longer see the truth around us.
So what's my dare for you? Because you know I have one. ;)
My dare is this...
Next time you feel unloved, lonely, abandoned, ashamed, guilty, prideful, broken, whatever it is, I want you to stand in front of the mirror and look at yourself. Then I want you to firmly say aloud, "I am a child of God. The truth is that even when I feel alone, I'm not. He will never leave me. The truth is that even when I feel like I cannot be forgiven, He has already forgiven me. The truth is that even when I feel like I can do something in my own strength, I know that I can only do all things through Christ who gives me strength. The truth is that when I feel like there is no one I can trust, God will never give me a reason to stop trusting Him, because He is trustworthy and faithful."
Next time your feelings come to lie to you and decieve you from what is true, won't you please remind yourself of what will never change? Your feelings come and go, but the truth will always be the truth.
Live in that freedom.
Happy New Year, dear friends!
As many of my ladies out there know, the New Year also brings the birthday of my free, monthly, e-magazine for girls, "The King's Princess"! :D Happy fourth birthday "The King's Princess"! It doesn't seem real that four years ago when I was fifteen years old, God placed it in my heart to send out this magazine and I did. He has done incredible things on this journey and I wouldn't trade it for anything. ♥
And what better way to celebrate a birthday than to launch a brand NEW website?! (I mean, besides eating cake and ice cream, of course)
So that's just what I did! :)
My magazine now has a brand new website that you can visit at:
I'd love it if you'd visit and let me know what you think! The website has our story, our contact info, and bios for all of our special columnists! We also have a special page called "Weekly Princess Inspiration" where I post something new every Monday to inspire you on your walk to live like the princess that you truly are! My first post just went up, so don't forget to check that out too! :)
We also have a brand new Instagram: @thekingsprincessmagazine and a brand new Facebook page: @thekingsprincessmagazine, so be sure to check those out too if you get the chance :)
Thank you all so much for your support, it means the world to me! To God be the glory for what He has done and I can't wait to see what He does in 2017! ♥
Also, I'm sure you will be happy to know that one of my New Year goals was to write weekly here on my blog, so you should be seeing more frequent posts from me! Assuming I follow the goal, that is, haha! ;) I will do my best!
Happy New Year 2017, friends!
Make every moment amazing! ♥
Isabella Morganthal (20) is a homeschool high school graduate who loves Jesus with all of her heart. She is a drummer, writer, creative arts director, and modern-day abolitionist.