Spread the Love!

Hi friends! Thank you so, so much for stopping by!

My name is Lindsey and I am a Christian, a wife to an incredible and loving husband and a stay-at-home-mommy to the happiest, most-energetic little boy, Sutton Rylee with another little baby on the way. I received my degree in Journalism and have had a passion for writing ever since I was a little girl!

I began Sparrows + Lily with the goal of bringing hope and Truth to those facing both the challenging and joyful seasons of life. By God’s grace & strength, I pray to help you navigate these seasons with self-awareness and a gentle challenge to pursue good and to seek Jesus in all that you do. I will openly and vulnerably discuss my own struggles and remind others that they’re never alone.

I am passionate about food and new recipes, family, faith and fashion and love incorporating photos of my real life and hobbies into my blog! I hope to bring some sunshine to your life, but if nothing else, at least a full stomach! 😉

The name Sparrows + Lily originated from these two verses below. They are both beautiful reminders that God cares for us in a very personal way and is present and active in our day-to-day lives :

Matthew 10:29-31 and Luke 12:23-35

I hope you enjoy scrolling through my site! Please feel free to write me through the “Contact Me” form with any blog post ideas, recipe ideas or marketing requests. Have a great day!


6 comments on “About”

  1. I LOVE how quick and concise your blog is. It becomes a bit tedious to scroll through a “novel” just to get a recipe. Thank you for this. I’ll definitely be making this dip for my hunting clients at bird camp this ( in a few short days, eeeekkkk!) October.

    Be well!

  2. What a beautiful family!!!
    I cannot wait to try your cranberry dip and other of your recipes you’re willing to share!

  3. I enjoyed your article on church attendance. You didn’t mention the physically disabled who are not able to attend church regularly because no one will offer them transportation to/from church.

    I’d appreciate your prospective on this. Personally, I fall into this category and I don’t want to “forsake NOT the fellowship”.

  4. Lindsey you have been part of my motivation to write! I started my blog in November and it has been such a freeing experience. I love your work and am hoping to be able to stop working and write full time, but until then I will live vicariously. God Bless.

  5. Lindsey, I think your article is spot-on. As a marriage coach who bases his coaching on biblical principles, I coach a husband to relate to his wife so she will feel cherished and a wife to relate to her husband so he will feel respected (Eph.5:21-33, a part of mutual submission).

    Your 10 Ways list for women hits many real-life ways for showing disrespect or practicing the converse of each to show respect.

    I wonder if you’ve made a similar list for men, outlining how to treat her as common versus making her feel cherished? I’d be interested in reading that article.

    Blessings on your ministry,


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