You and Your Siblings Really Can Get Along!

Hey, friends!

It’s Liza and Beecher here, writing to you from the bright and sunny Texas Hill Country.

Today we want to provide a snapshot into what it’s like working together as siblings. Liza and I are in a band called Willow City with our two brothers—Ezra and Asa. We’re releasing our debut album soon! We’ve worked together in music for the past few years, and people always ask us how we get along so well—and how we don’t kill each other in the process of traveling, working, and living together! Trust us, sometimes it can get tough.

The most important thing is that we all have one goal in mind: to glorify God in all we do (1 Cor. 10:31). And sometimes we do get irritated with each other. (Fifteen-hour drives to the next show can get a little tight in our suburban!)

But when we remind ourselves how much Jesus demonstrated love to those around Him (John 13:1–17), it helps us focus on putting each other first, whether we’re arranging a song or going for the last granola bar.

We hope you’ll learn a little something from this vlog, laugh a lot (there’s definitely some goofing off that goes on), and that you’ll like the new album! Most importantly, seek to love others, whether it’s your friend or sibling or mom and dad, like Jesus loves us. (See 1 Corinthians 13 for a refresher of what that looks like!)

We’d love to know:

  • Whom do you struggle to get along with?
  • What one thing can you do to show Christ’s love to them?

About Author

As a Jesus-follower, blog-loving writer, and coffee-drinker, Liza is constantly looking for new ways to inspire and encourage other young women in their walk with Christ. She recently launched a hand lettering company and blog of her own (, and lives in the sunny hill country of Texas where she's in a band with her three brothers.

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