I’m an idea girl. I get these ideas in my head – some small and easy to accomplish, and some very grandiose and complex. Some of these ideas are self-generated and some are, I believe, prompted by God and my faith. The ones I think up on my own usually have to do with renovating the house, or a new diet or exercise regimen. I make a plan and then
Do you ever feel like you’re messing up a lot and wonder how Jesus could love someone like that? Well that’s where I am this week. Nothing earth-shattering but the negative conversations going on in my mind have gotten the best of me. I’m frustrated that I let myself listen to those words in my head that tell me I’ll never measure up. I’ll never be enough. I’ll never get
Hi Friends! I have some ideas to share with you. God has been very real to me lately as I have spent additional time praying for wisdom in how I could best serve Him through this blog. I plan to keep posting stories from my journey and how grateful I am for all I’m learning about myself and about God. I also want to begin providing resources for you to
My husband can always tell when I’m cleaning out a closet. The bed or table is covered with miscellaneous items, in stacks that only I can understand. My plan is to create order out of chaos scattered about. I always tell him “it has to get worse before it gets better”. You see, the closet is the place where all sorts of items go when I don’t have time to
I know so many people who are struggling right now. Fellow Believers, strong in their faith, who are facing serious trials. Physical. Relational. Financial. Emotional. My heart hurts for them in ways I can’t describe. I want to be a fixer. To heal. To rescue. To provide. To comfort. To protect. But I feel limited in what I can do. Thankfully, God is not limited. He can do the impossible.
“Seriously, God? You want me to post about this? But don’t you know this issue is such a struggle for me and I don’t feel like I have a handle on it…” I’ve always been a talker. I have felt compelled to let others know what I think. Sometimes I have said something and one of my kids would say “you just made that up, didn’t you mom?” and I