Welcome back to the blog! We’re excited to launch our new series – The Truths We Know. In our last blog theme, we spent time getting to know our identities and celebrating our individuality through the lens of a … Read the rest
My 5 Biggest Tips on Learning to Love Your Body
If you’ve had a conversation with me or read anything I’ve written, you can probably tell that I’m passionate about learning to love your body. This passion is primarily geared toward women, but I don’t mean for a second … Read the rest
I Am Me
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I am me and You are You,
That much is true.
It was too easy for me to hide,
Where no one could see me,
Not even You.
But there is no more hiding,
No, not anymore.
It’s plain to
Who I Am
“Who am I?” I recently revisited this question as I found myself in yet another period of transition. When I left home for the first time, I asked this. When I got married, had my first child, sent my children … Read the rest
Finally Feeling Fearfully & Wonderfully Made
For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.
Psalm 139:13-14 NIV
For quite some … Read the rest
Discovering Freedom as Our Identity in Christ
The word slave has a negative connotation with it because it indicates a lack of freedom, an inability to move, to live life, or to walk with a unique identity. What exactly does it look like to be free? We … Read the rest
Here’s to You
As I begin this post, I’m believing this could be one of the most important themes we do on this blog. There is a specific burden on my heart and on the UHP team’s heart for the sheer amount of … Read the rest
5 Game-Changing Podcasts for Writers
At UHP, we obviously love books. We also love music, and we’ve given you our recommendations for both of those. There’s another medium of storytelling we haven’t yet talked about on the blog, but one that we really … Read the rest
Writers Wednesday – Be You, Beloved
Excerpt from Be You, Beloved by Miranda Trudeau, Chapter 1: What they said
As children, our view of who we are is shaped by what those around us say. Those influential adults who’ve spoken about life, those mean kids at … Read the rest