Kristyn Perez

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Kristyn lives in South Florida with her husband and three young children. She works for the Daily Grace Co as a staff writer, and has a passion for equipping women to read and love the Word of God. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Duke University, and a Masters in biblical counseling from Southeastern Seminary. You can follow her on Instagram at @kristyn3640.

Gospel Hope for Sadness

by Kristyn Perez 

We’ve all experienced sad days before. Days when the world feels blue and hope feels far off. Days when heaviness and despair feel so close that they seem to have melded as a part of you. Days when tears feel like your closest friends.  

Are you sad today?  

Maybe you have a reason for your sadness—the loss of a friend, the loneliness that stalks you, or the most recent invasion of bad news.…

How to Memorize a Larger Passage of Scripture

by Kristyn Perez

Have you heard about people who memorize entire books of the Bible? It’s incredible. I’ve even heard about Bible memory competitions where 8-year-olds spout off entire chapters of the Bible at a time. Wow. Yet while I’m amazed at such awesome feats, hearing about them sometimes leaves me feeling inadequate.…

The Father’s Hand

by Kristyn Perez

The other day, I crossed the street with my toddler. My little one is 18 months old and in the dangerous stage of toddlerhood. As I type even now, he’s running around with a bowl over his head, testing the limits of his senses and bumping recklessly into the couch.…

How to Fight for Faith in the Darkness

By Kristyn Perez

The past year has been one of darkness for many. Whether due to illness, fear, political divisions, or injustices, it has been a heavy season. The CDC reports that anxiety and depression rates in America are up to 42%, compared with 11% the previous year.…

Grace for Today

By Kristyn Perez
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.

“There is no grace for your imagination.” Elisabeth Elliot

I remember hearing this quote years ago as I was wrestling with concerns about the future. “What-ifs” filled my brain, and I was having trouble staying in the present reality.…

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