This one. Her name is Debbie. She is my sister. I'm thoroughly convinced that somehow we were cloned or separated at birth or however that works. Not my biological sister, but my big sister nonetheless (unless we were separated at birth then yeah she is my biological sister *fingers crossed*). The beautiful thing about having big sisters is that they teach us and lead us in the most consistently beautiful way. So in that sense she is the definition of a big sister. She is fierce. She is brave and light filled and shows up for the broken and the vulnerable. She shows up for this world. She shows up by being genuine and by being love. She loves and ministers without an agenda. She gives and gives and gives and doesn't stop. She is a servant in the most beautiful way. A servant in the sense that she is a giver in excess of her time, her love and her words. She started her OWN MINISTRY ALL BY HERSELF which creates community, love, safety and light (SERIOUSLY HOW COOL IS SHE?!?!). She wants for others more than she wants for herself. She is bold and brave. She has fought through extremely difficult battles and yet has come out of them with renewal and hope that she can help others with the same experience. She is a life-giver. She gives life to this world and to others by being attentive and intentional. She is strong and motivated. She strives to change the world but the fact is she IS ALREADY changing the world. She is committed to justice, to love, to the bruised and broken, to the lost and the found, to the vulnerable and forgotten and to the world. She is open-hearted and kind. She is a powerhouse woman of God who encourages others by her own testimony. She teaches me to dream bigger, to love harder (and wider), to speak intentionally and to fight for what I believe in. She taught me about the amazing power of Holy Spirit and she lives out her faith by following Holy Spirit. She speaks words of life and writes with so much power and truth (she'll probably be a famous author chosen to be featured in Oprah's Book Club one day (she'll hate that I mentioned how good she is at writing but sorry not sorry because little sisters are allowed to brag)). She teaches me so much as my big sister. And she's sooooo funny and sassy and sings like a Disney Princess (so she'll probably be the next voice of a Disney Princess, I'll talk to Disney about it later). And she does typical big sister things like telling me to go to class, rolling her eyes at me and putting me in my place when I'm being "too much". Thank you for changing this world in the most gentle, beautiful yet earth-shattering way. My sister is my favorite love warrior in all the land. What would we do without our sisters??