Kendra Burrows

Growing Through God's Grace

Three Seconds to a New Relationship

As women, we can often be our own worst enemies, especially when it comes to our relationships. {I assume men can be their own worst enemies as well, because we’re all human and ruled by the same brain chemicals, but having never been a man, I can’t say for certain.} We are very quick to […]

The Long Awakening – A Book Review

I am excited to be participating this month in Revell Reads Blog Tour program, especially during Brain Injury Awareness Month. I have committed to giving an honest review of the book The Long Awakening: A Memoir by Lindsey O’Connor, in exchange for a copy of the book. The Long Awakening is a stirring book about […]

Pre-Teens Say the Darndest Things

“Mom, what does W – A – R spell?” “War,” I responded, too busy driving to wonder why my ten-year-old was asking such an easy question. “See! They’re wrong!” my son said, excitedly pointing to the bumper sticker in front of us. It read: “War is never the answer.” Pre-teens are the most detail-oriented people […]

On Christian Women and Being Who I’m Not

I am an introvert. And I don’t do girls. I have never been very “girly” though as I type this I realize I don’t even know what that means. I’m not a tomboy – that is, I don’t do sports either. I loved to wear dresses growing up. But I don’t have the patience for […]

Junk Food Emails

I scan my inbox and delete several emails before opening them. It is my morning ritual because our email system does not allow on-campus addresses to be tagged as spam. It seems that everyone is entitled to be exposed to my coworkers’ opinions. I sound like a grouch. Perhaps some days I am. But I […]