About Morgan

I’m Morgan. This little place is where my worlds as a wife, friend, writer, critical care nurse, and follower of Jesus Christ collide.

I’m married to my favorite person in the world. Landon and I are both nurses…which is how we met…and I couldn’t be more grateful for how our paths collided. We had a swift engagement, the sweetest wedding, and now a splendid life together. This season of life is so much fun.

I believe that we weren’t created to stay in one corner of the planet our whole lives. The one place I’ve visited that touched me the most was South Africa. I hope I can go back one day. Africa changes you in a way that you can’t explain until you visit Africa. There’s nowhere like it. Landon and I had the incredible opportunity last year to do some mission/medical work in Haiti…I fell in love with there too. South Africans and Haitians have my heart. I’m anxious to see where else our passports have in store for us.

I read a lot. I start too many different books at one time—it’s a habit I am trying to break this year. Even though I love all kinds of books, there is not one that has touched or changed me more than the Bible. It transformed my life. It’s really a lifeline for me, and I love it so. I’m always reading through or studying part of it. The studious part of me soaks up the theological study while the relational side of me absorbs the practical application. It’s just the best.

Which brings me to the most important thing about me: Jesus saved me. Anything good you see in me is because of Him. I follow Him and love Him with all of my heart because of what He did and does for me. Nothing brings joy like seeing others fall in love with Him. I pray that my life can help others come to know and love Him. My life really isn’t all together. But I am living proof that the Lord can use you and your story no matter how messy, crazy, or broken you may be.

I am glad that you stopped by. This is my story…what’s yours?

The sweetest thing in all my life has been the longing-to reach the Mountain, to find the place where all the beauty came from…Do you think it all meant nothing, all the longing? The longing for home?
C. S. Lewis
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