Aubrey Mackey
About Aubrey Mackey
Hey! I’m Aubrey Mackey. I’m currently a speech pathology grad student at Oklahoma State. Lord willing, I will someday work with kids who have speech and language disorders. My loves include porch swings, garden-fresh produce, dialects, and my church family. I also love to cook (especially experimenting to make healthy food that tastes great) and traveling—I’ve been to India, Australia, and several countries in Europe. I plan to blog about Biblical principles that are relevant in this crazy game of learning to be an adult. I hope you find my posts edifying and helpful in your walk with Christ!

When Going to Church Became a Privilege

March 21, 2016 0

This semester, for the first time in my life, I have had to consistently miss church services.  A week before the semester started, my class received terrible news: two of our courses had been rescheduled, […]

Freedom Through Grace: Serving, Not Selfish

February 1, 2016 1

“For you were called to freedom, brothers. Only do not use your freedom as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another.” –Gal. 5:13 One of the biggest blessings in Christ is […]

Two Ears, One Mouth: How and Why to Listen

January 18, 2016 1

Think about someone you’ve met who immediately made you feel like a friend.  What did they do to make you feel like you’d known them for years?  Chances are, they made you feel loved by […]

Three Reasons I Believe the Bible is True

November 9, 2015 1

Is the Bible true?  The perception is growing that only backwoods, uneducated Southern folks still cling to the outdated teachings of a corrupted, ancient book.  Placing that perception aside, is there actually a good reason […]

Three Reasons I Believe in God

October 26, 2015 1

Is there a God?  Although most everyone has a firm belief one way or the other, doubts can easily find their way into an airtight faith.  The Bible tells us in Psa. 90:2 that God’s […]

What’s Your Spiritual Motivation?

October 21, 2015 0

I joke that when I am buried under a giant pile of research, study guides, and clinic paperwork, I rethink: “What am I doing in grad school?”  I recently asked myself the same question as […]

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