Kathryn Sill

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 Drowning in Grace

A godly friend of mine once said, “It’s crazy to think we go through our days without thinking about God’s grace, when we are literally drowning in it.” I don’t know why, but for some reason these words resonated with me. Perhaps it’s because I heard t …

6 Things Boundless Taught Me About Dating and Marriage

Interning with Boundless this summer has been such a valuable and stretching experience. I have had the opportunity to blog, participate in two podcasts, and help with the Pursuit 2015 conference. I cannot thank Lisa, Martha, and my intern coordinator, …

Whom Shall I Fear?

My stomach dropped a little bit as I leaned back into the soft cushion of the seat. Suddenly, the ride began to slowly inch up the incline. I gripped my best friend’s hand tightly to calm my nerves, and in that moment, I regretted my decision to get on …

God, Can I Have a FastPass in Life?

If you’ve ever been to Disneyland, then you are probably familiar with the coveted FastPass. The FastPass system allows visitors to insert their resort ticket at an attraction and receive an additional FastPass ticket. The FastPass ticket lists a speci …

25 Ideas to Make This Summer Fun-er

Summer is a time filled with sun, the great outdoors and memories. For young adults, we may fill our days with work and have only a few weekends to get in our planned activities. Maybe you want to read a certain book this summer, climb a mountain or tr …

Freedom in Forgiveness

For a long time I practiced “I’ll forgive, but I won’t forget.” I became a master at holding a grudge. But holding onto my grudge was destructive.

July 2, 2015

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Why I Started a Personal Devotion Time

When I was a child, my dad used to begin our family’s day with Scripture reading. But as I got older, my parents stressed the importance for me to have my own devotion time. However, I am embarrassed to admit that in middle school and my first two year …

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