Jennifer Savage
About Jennifer Savage
I am a medical missionary who has experienced 5 mission trips to Belize and Guatemala. I enjoy writing, drawing, painting, photograph"ing", any and every sport, and laughing until I cry. For me, writing is therapy that assists me in focusing on what truly matters in life--God, others, self reflection, purpose, love, and peace.

Choose Compassion

April 21, 2017 0

When I chose to pursue a nursing career, I knew that I would be serving people. However, I had no idea to what extent I would be pouring myself out in service to complete strangers. […]

A Place of Rest

October 28, 2016 0

“Day seven, day seven, God rested in His Heaven. Day seven, day seven, God rested in His Heaven.”  I’m not sure about you, but when I sang this song as a child, I pictured God […]

Redefining “Big” Faith

December 9, 2015 0

If you were to step inside my bed room, your eyes would bounce between Europe maps, world maps, journals, books, and pictures of inspirational images. Since I can remember, my dreams have always revolved around traveling […]

HOPE Centerpiece

August 1, 2015 0

Nearly every home contains a kitchen table where friends and family gather around for meals and conversation. Instead of flowers, knick-knacks, or vases, or (in my case) owls, why not create a table centerpiece that […]

Nothin’ New Under the Sun

July 31, 2015 0

“And the man and his wife were both naked and were not ashamed” (Genesis 2:25). Ok, am I the only person who thinks about life before Eve ate of the tree? I mean, seriously, we […]

50 Cent Days

July 31, 2015 0

We live in a society that measures beauty with a price tag.  Generally speaking, the more expensive an item is, the more valuable, or appealing, that item appears to its buyers. If someone were to […]

We, Not Me

July 31, 2015 0

“How can I sit here and eat an appetizer, meal, and then dessert when they aren’t going to eat all week?” “How can I think about changing into a new outfit every day when they […]

Tear Down, Build Up

July 31, 2015 0

Take a moment to think about your cheesiest break up experience. Mine, for example, consisted of walking up to my boy friend of 4 weeks and singing, “I don’t want no scrubs” while adding a […]

God’s Plan for You

July 31, 2015 0

At times I envy the simplicity of Adam and Eve’s relationship. Adam bypassed the, at times, hurtful, confusing, frustrating process of searching for “the one.” God created the perfect match for him right there in […]

Boys Aren’t Candy

July 31, 2015 0

People go about explaining relationships in very odd ways at times.  For example, my mother proceeded to explain boys and girls by the use of birds, specifically Blue Jays.  Oh dear.  But I love my mom, […]

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