about this blog
Why, hello. I’m Anne.
I started writing in this space when I graduated from college, wanting to share my experiences in ministry and marriage. After college, I began serving in ministry as a youth minister to junior high and high school students, and this little corner of the internet became a space for me to babble about faith, culture, student ministry, and my journey into marriage and parenthood.
I grew up in Indianapolis and still call it home. I’m married to the most brilliant and caring man I know, and together we have two kids.
By day, I serve students, families, and leaders as the student groups minister at Traders Point Christian Church in Indianapolis and I love what I do. I believe the local church is the hope of the world, and I get to spend my days serving her. I’m so grateful.
I’ve been blogging in some form since high school (Anyone remember LiveJournal? Hello, teenage hormones!), and this is an ever-changing space for me to work out my thoughts. I love what Flannery O’Connor says about this: “I write because I don’t know what I think until I read what I say.” Yeah, that. (I’m sure Flannery would be honored that her quote is paired next to a bit about teenage hormones and LiveJournal.)
Thanks for stopping by.