rebelling against low expectations

AuthorAbigail Borland

is entering her sophomore year of high school this fall. She enjoys encouraging others through non-fiction writing that points them to Christ, the Author and Perfecter of her faith. On any given day, she can be found reading a good book, working on schoolwork, listening to a podcast or music, or practicing hymns on the piano.

Is It Possible to Go “Too Far” with Christianity?


Last Friday, while driving home from Chick-fil-a, my brother posed this question to the rest of us in the car: “Is it possible to go too far in Christianity?” he asked. “You know, go ‘too far.’” And although that term was shrouded in seeming ambiguity, we all understood his meaning. Most likely you, like myself, have asked this question. We often wonder, laying restless on our beds at...

Don’t Forget The “Why” Of Your Hard Things


Last night, I lay in bed thinking about the 100 Hard Things challenge. Doing one hundred hard things over the course of three months sounded exciting and impossible at the same time. But as I thought about potential things I could accomplish, I came across a potential problem. While the challenge could foster great accomplishments in denying self, it could also become a pathway to pride or a...

rebelling against low expectations

The Rebelution is a teenage rebellion against low expectations—a worldwide campaign to reject apathy, embrace responsibility, and do hard things. Learn More →