Posts in Taylor McElderry
Searching for Joy in the Holiday Season

The skies outside are endlessly gray again, the clouds are melting into one another in a wide expense of dark color. The weather is cold, dreary, and the days blend together as the sun disappears quickly beyond the horizon. The days are shorter, the nights are longer, and the mental to-do lists pile within our minds as we run from one thing to the next. Finals loom over us as our days are spent sitting in the library or in low-lit coffee shops, surrounded by people but oblivious to their presence.

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To the Girl Doubting Her Worth

In Sunday school, they used to talk about how we were "made in God's image" and we would get little rubber bracelets with that statement stamped into the silicone. That statement was stamped onto our hearts at a young age, without us fully grasping its meaning. In high school, I wrote that on the mirror in my closet with blue Expo marker, a tucked away reminder of who I am and who God has called me to be.

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