Hey, I’m Cassie
I am a Jesus girl. I believe that I am I Am’s, I’m accepted in the Beloved, and the Lord is my righteousness.
I am but a branch, & I want to live my life in Christ, the Vine… and let’s just say I cannot and only He can. He who started a good work in me will be faithful to complete it.
I don’t know how to talk about myself, and I can’t figure out anything interesting to say about myself but that I am His.
I am in my mid-twenties and I love writing, reading, art, and stationery…yes, stationary. Growing up all I ever really wanted to do was to write and to draw ( …and sing …but that’s a whole other topic, let’s not even go there).
I started this blog because I wanted to share my stories.
Unfortunately, at some point, my imagination became a coping mechanism, and not in a healthy way. To be honest I spent more time in fictional worlds than I did in the real world, to the point where I was socialized by what I read and not my environment. I was already a Christian though and so when I started university, I found myself finding my way into Word through listening to Joseph Prince sermons. Through that, I found my identity in Christ, and since then my creative projects have been changing to fit this new identity.
I write books and short stories, with the aim to give glory to the Lord and show His amazing grace and love. The stories are mostly character-based and explore the journey a person can go through in their faith as they navigate through the challenges life throws at them.
I blog about living a fruitful and productive life by His grace and His love in the vine life with the aim to encourage Christians who may be struggling with productivity to look to Christ who is their source.
The Lord Jesus said He is the Vine and we are the branches, and without Him, we can do nothing, I know I cannot but He can. So I choose to flow in the vine life and to see myself as the Father sees me, a branch that bears much fruit in Christ, His Beloved. I hope as I grow in Him and as I transformed from glory to glory, and my hope is anyone who identifies in some way with the journey I am going through walks with me and we can grow together.