God and Travel :). I've been to 25 countries, recovering from self harm, and trying to live for God and Jesus Christ. I don't know what They have in store for me, but I know it will be great. :). Feel free to ask me anything, I'm here!
guys!! UNICEF is donating a days worth of clean water for every minute you don’t touch your phone
If you leave it on while you sleep, you could help someone for over a year.
pleASE DO THIS
yOOOOO, doin it
Totally helps when you’re trying to do homework and your phone is distracting!!
here’s your daily reminder that
- you aren’t worthless
- you’re worth more than you think you are
- you mean a lot to someone
- you’ve done something to make someone laugh or smile
- you’ve laughed and smiled
- you’re good enough
- you deserve to be happy
- you’re allowed to be sad
- you’re you and nothing can change that
- and there’s no one else you need to be
I’m in love with the possibility of changing the world.
They tell me I’m crazy.
They don’t know my God.
Today and every day, know that God loves you with an everlasting love. He will never leave you nor forsake you. He is for you and has a good plan for you. Receive His perfect love today and let Him transform you from the inside out. His love is the greatest love and will last throughout all eternity!
listen to me
your heart is still beating
you still have air in your lungs
and you still have a shot
do not give up
New Orleans — NOPD needs your help in locating a 19-year-old missing woman.
Hayley Howard was last seen driving away from the parking lot of 2000 Lakeshore Dr. at the UNO Lakefront Campus around 1:50 a.m. Saturday. Her family has not seen or heard from her since her disappearance.
Police say that her cell phone pinged in the area of Leon C. Simon about 2:00 a.m. Saturday, and near the Irish Bayou around 6:00 Saturday morning.
Hayley was last seen intoxicated in her vehicle, a 2002 silver Toyota Corolla with Louisiana license plate XBP 643.
She is described as a Caucasian female, about 5’3” tall, and weighing about 105 lbs. Hayley was last seen wearing a knee-length, black dress with white polka dots, and black shoes with a small heel and silver aceent on the toe.
Anyone with information about Hayley’s whereabouts is urged to call Detective Sandra Contreras at the sixth district station at 658-6060 or 658-6146.
“A friend told deputies she stopped for a flat tire on her way home to Slidell and a passing motorist helped her. The NOPD says they determined her cell phone was near Irish Bayou around 6 a.m. Saturday.”
Y’all please reblog this! I ate lunch with this girl every day my junior year of high school, she has always been so nice to me (we go to college together now) and I can’t stand the thought of anything bad happening to her :(
i figured it would be a good idea to post more recent pictures of her as well
God loves you. He loves the person you are today. He loves the things that make you the individual you that you are. Sure, He sees the mess, but the Scriptures are very clear that He understands we are dust. Also, Jesus has been tempted in every way, so He gets it. Not only that, but tons of things have happened to you that have been heartbreaking and difficult and God’s heart breaks over those things more than you can imagine. God wanted to rescue you because He wanted to give you something more. Saving you was a good idea because He wants so much better for you than life as it would be without Him in it and despite the mess of who we all are without Him, He sees still sees a heart that He treasures and loves beyond reckoning.
It has been one month today since my uncle committed suicide. He left behind a huge gaping hole in my family, and I want to let you all know that you have worth.
You have worth, you are loved, and you are cherished.
You messed up? God forgives. He loves you and has plans for you. Don’t give up. Stay strong.
Hebrews 12:1-2, “… Let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith..”
“For the LORD is good; His mercy is everlasting, and His truth endures to all generations.” (Psalm 100:5, NKJV)
When you make a mistake, unfortunately, the critics and naysayers come out of the woodwork. People will tell you, “You’re all washed up. It’s too late.” If you wear that label, it will keep you from the amazing future God has in store. God says, “My mercy is bigger than any mistake.” God says, “I can still get you to your destiny.” God says, “I will give you beauty for those ashes. I’ll pay you back double for the unfair things that have happened.” You wouldn’t be alive unless God had another victory in your future. Why don’t you take off the “washed up” label? Take off the “failure,” “guilty,” “condemned” labels and put on some new labels: redeemed, restored, forgiven, bright future, new beginning.
Always remember, you have been made in the image of Almighty God. God did not make any mistakes. You are the perfect size. You have the right personality, the right gifts, the right looks, the right skin color. You are not an accident. God designed you precisely for the race that is laid out for you. You are fully equipped for this life, and His mercy is greater than any mistake you could make. Embrace the truth and the victory He has in store for your future!
Your friends should know you’re a Christian. The people who you see on a regular basis should notice something different about you.
Don’t let fear, pride or temptation keep you from showing Jesus to people.