Body image, Culture, Faith

The problem with the modesty conversation

A coworker recently showed me an article (well, one of those click-bait articles, anyway) on Facebook about a girl who was kicked out of prom because her dress and dance moved were considered too suggestive by the school staff. The provided picture, a bathroom mirror selfie, wasn’t very clear, but the dress appeared to be a strapless bodycon type of…

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Culture, Politics

When politics outrank Christ

I’m sure you’ve been in (or at least overheard) that conversation at work or school where people get heated over a hot button political issue and are prepared to die on the hill of their beliefs. We see this kind of exchange all the time on Facebook or the comments section of any number of websites. A few months ago,…

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Relationships

My Engagement Bucket List

So, the cat is out of the bag. I’m getting engaged in the very near future (how soon remains to be seen…my ring is being sized and we want to wait until it is all ready before our official proposal). Needless to say, that exciting and important life decision has been occupying a lot of my thoughts lately. As excited as I…

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Faith, Prayer, Relationships

How to pray for your boyfriend (and why you should)

As a regular consumer of Christian blogs, magazines, articles, books, and anything else you can name, I’ve come across tons of content designed to help women pray for their husbands. I think sometimes Christians, in their enthusiasm for lifelong commitments and maintaining purity, underemphasize how important a close dating relationship can be, and forget that the time to start developing…

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Uncategorized

Welcome to An Inspired Walk

Hello, friends!  Welcome to my first venture in the wide world of blogging. I want to introduce myself, but first, I want to tell you a little about my goal in starting this blog, so you can judge if it’s worth your time or not!  I want to share what I’ve learned in my journey as a young Christian woman…

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Evangelism, Faith, Relationships

What a Christian learned from living with an atheist

  As many of you may know from my bio, I was homeschooled all the way from kindergarten through graduating from high school. This was an awesome experience, and I really respect and appreciate my parents for being willing to make the financial and personal sacrifices to do that for my siblings and me. While I wouldn’t say that I…

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