Hi there! My name is Rebecca, the girl behind Her Full Life, and I’m so glad you’ve found my little corner of the Internet.
First, let me share a little bit about myself: I’m a twenty-something finding my way into adulthood in this crazy world. I graduated college with an engineering degree in 2019, and I currently work in a medical lab in Grand Rapids, MI. I married my best friend in 2022, and we live out in the country outside Grand Rapids. I’m passionate about music, the outdoors, my friends, and my faith. I love writing too, and I started my first blog in 2021 to start sharing my writing with the world. Since then, my blog (originally “Thoughts and Sounds”) has become more focused on helping other women like myself live a more full, Christ-centered life; a topic I’ve realized I am super passionate about.
For about four years now, I have been captivated by the idea of discovering the life that God has for me. My favorite Bible verse is John 10:10, which reads, “The thief comes only to steal, kill, and destroy; I [Jesus] have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” (NIV). This is where the concept of the full life comes from. The ESV calls it the “abundant life.” Either way, I think that’s something we would all love to have! The best part is: it’s possible! In fact, if you are a follower of Christ, you already have it. It’s my hope that through this blog, I can share with you the ways that I’m discovering the full life, so that you can experience it too.
We’re all searching for the life we’re meant to live. I believe that life is found in Jesus Christ. And I want to journey with you as we all discover the life we’re meant to live! So at Her Full Life, you can expect to find posts about faith, relationships, wellness, and even practical life tips, all geared toward helping you take your best next step toward living your fullest life. Why not come along with me on this journey, and let’s live life to the fullest together!
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