About

I’m Sarah Scott Pape. I live in Austin,TX with my husband where I teach English Literature to High School kids and take pictures of people. Being a teacher reminds me on a regular-to-frequent basis that I still have a lot to learn. I’m unapologetically under-construction. My love language is dry humor and I’m non-discriminatory when it comes to sweets.

I like to write. Virginia Woolf says she doesn’t know what she thinks until she’s read what she’s written, and I couldn’t have said it better myself. This space is a collection of developing thoughts, captured moments, and external processing as I continue to learn and look both to and for God in the process.

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Featured writing

Sarah has written many articles for Darling Magazine, featured in both their Intellectual & Confidant personas.

God is Sovereign

I was seven when I encountered my earliest disenchantment with the idea that everything would work out how it was supposed to...

Haunted Toward Holiness

The word haunt has a bad reputation. It got mixed up with the wrong crowd and has since become synonymous with scary, unpleasant words like trouble and disturb...

Get over yourself by changing the way you read scripture

I caused a scene at church this week. The pastor was teaching out of Psalm 139, a passage I know well and have tagged as the "fearfully and wonderfully made" chapter...

Shaped

"Getting into shape," or "shaping up," is a top of mind goal for many at the beginning of a new year, and some have just finished their first round with a new diet or workout regimen as they attempt to settle in to healthier habits...