🗣NEW BOOK REVIEW & GIVEAWAY! “While I would say this book is more targeted at 10 years and older, don't discount younger ones if my son is any evidence. Every night he wants the next chapter.”
No. I'm not going to talk about Nike, nor am I going to talk about Colin Kaeperinck. Though, I will admit, as a childhood athlete, a football fan, and a former military dependent I could say plenty. I'm going to do what I wish many would do - NOT make this about me. Believe in… Continue reading Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.
🗣NEW BLOG POST: Even so... “I encourage you to add "even so" to your vocabulary today. I challenge you that every time you catch yourself, or someone else, worrying or complaining say, "Even so..." and watch how God can turn around lives right before your eyes. For we are a sinful lot that would be lost, EVEN SO...”
🗣NEW BLOG POST “Recently, I have been overwhelmed and battling every single day. It has felt as if I'm always waiting for the other shoe to drop and I have a closet full of shoes! I went to my husband and told him this with tears in my eyes. He prayed over me and one of the things that he said was, "God, allow us to weed out these problems" (or something along those lines). In that moment, the Holy Spirit reminded me of how weeds grow in relation to grass. He gave me revelation and I hope to share that with you today.”
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I received this book for my honest opinion, no monetary gain, and my honest opinion you will get. "We’ve all been there. We know that sneaking, small voice in our heads all too well—you’re too loud. Too quiet. Too young. Too old. Too unimportant. Too ugly. Too silly. Too serious. You’re not as successful as… Continue reading Review & Giveaway: Always Enough Never Too Much
All of us have a little wanderlust—a desire for that next thing, that new place, but this competes with our longings for security, control, and safety. We don't like how it feels to be unsettled and uprooted. Whether we're navigating a season of transition, dealing with the fallout of broken relationships, or wrestling with a deep sense of restlessness, we are all experiencing some form of exile. And most of us do whatever we can to numb the feelings of unbelonging, powerlessness, and unsettledness that come with it. But the truth is that exile has a profound purpose if we can just learn to lean in...
“I am overwhelmed with the repeating words, resounding in my mind like a trumpeting horn, ‘not my will, but Yours be done.’ I’m increasingly concerned with the people of God, their leaders (not just pastors, but leaders, teachers, praise team members, etc.) especially, not being led by God in the NOW....”
“Why is this news not everywhere? Why isn’t this all over the Internet, and constantly showing up in your newsfeed? Why did I have to read about it in a Christian wives and moms Facebook group? Why was it a post that was typed out by the poster and not a newsfeed that she was sharing?!”