Gather.

The Bible always talks about the importance of community. The second greatest commandment is loving your neighbor. Jesus was always around people. He was around people that hated Him, people that followed Him, and people that had no clue who He was. Still, it’s community. I think that was a rather large point that Christ wanted to make with His walk on earth was being plugged into people. I truly believe He wants us to be united with one another. He sees the beauty when we love our neighbors, but I think He finds great joy when His followers gather together.

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You Blog?

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Well, here it is. This is the beginning of this thing that people call a blog. This began as a random idea my sister had the other day. She thought it would be a good idea for me to have an expressive outlet, and a way to hopefully minister to people. So here we go….

I am Kelise and I am a single woman living in West Texas. I’m figuring out how to live out my Christian walk in the best way possible. My life involves my family, my dog, Biscuit, my community at church, and my job. I love to bake, go on adventures, watch movies, and living life to the fullest. Somehow in the mix of all of that, I end up finding out that Christ is a way better life planner than I am, I am the dorkiest extrovert you’ll meet, and life can be hilariously awkward and sticky.

That’s why this site is here. I want to make this place grow. This blog is to make light of everyday funny life moments, talk about relationships, being single, living for Jesus, how annoying/adorable my dog is, and some baking is thrown in there because baking is the best. My blog is a big ball of random, but that’s what I am, so why not go for it? 🙂

P.S. If anyone of you would like to ask questions, PLEASE DO! I am an open book about my faith, my testimony, and things of that nature. Also, I would love to know what topics you have that you would like to see a post about. I would love your feedback. Thank you and I can’t wait for this wild ride!!

“Never let the fear of striking out let you from playing the game.”

– A Cinderella Story