In the most insurmountable seasons, hope always arises.  It finds a way. It pushes through the darkness, and when you need it the most, it shows it’s face, glimmering in the distance, as old seasons pass and new ones arise. 

Breaking the Silence

It’s been 5 months post trauma, 4 months of grief, 4 months of unplugging from reality at times, 4 months of recovering, and 3+ months of silence. To say this has been one of the most difficult seasons of my life would be an understatement.

Mikael Sundin

Mikael loved to dance, he was one of the most generous human beings, and he loved people well. Mikael was full of life and joy. He worshiped with reckless abandon. He didn’t care what people thought of him and he had the best wardrobe. He catapulted those around him to also experience breakthroughs of joy and freedom, just by being the person God created him to be.  


The Top 5 Things I Learned About Trauma:

Recently I walked through a traumatic event and have spent the last few weeks coping, trying to make sense of it all, while still carrying on with everyday life. Through all of this, there are 5 things I learned about trauma. Maybe they will be helpful to anyone else walking through similar circumstances or bring understanding to those that know someone who has.


I’m so thankful for community and I’m so thankful for seasons. I’m so glad that the world was designed for seasons. Every year we get four of them physically, and depending on where you live, depends how extreme it is from one season to the next. I’m thankful that change happens and we can always count on the seasons to change. This is especially encouraging when the season of life is less than ideal. After winter, spring always comes.