How would you describe your marriage relationship? Perhaps it wouldn’t be appropriate to answer that out loud. Maybe you’d jump right on it with excitement. If your response, however, is anything less than growing and growing together, keep reading. Your marriage may need a playlist and for sure, a game plan. The thought of a … Continue reading A Playlist and A Game Plan
After what seems like a long season of healing—our God is faithful, merciful and good—I am, by His grace, ready and might I say, quite eager, to start sharing my life again. Here I am, Lord, send me! There is a declaration deep in my soul that has come out of this season . . … Continue reading Seek the Kingdom. Watch with Jesus.
It's a POTS kind of day. My body is just not working right. A truth that speaks to many of us as we get older and to those of us who struggle with health issues is this: Physical ailments aim to get the best of us on our worst days. Today is one of those … Continue reading My POTS and the Potter
Most marriages are like mine--busy and messy. Though this may be true, I am adamant (and hope that you are, too) that we must place our marriage relationships before the long list of other things that pull at our attention. It’s God first. And your marriage next. Right? Easier said than done. But, worth the … Continue reading Your Marriage–This Year
Today I have worked my way through a sober reminder that ministry must be done without human hesitation. When God says go, we should go. When the Lord leads with a do, we should do. When the Spirit speaks whatever He wants to speak about a next step, we should take that step. We have … Continue reading Without Human Hesitation
The first ever "Broken & Poured Out" Retreat took place on October 4-5, 2019 in Clinton, MO. My reflections are recorded below. Thank you, Lord! What could God do with thirty surrendered women who come to Him gracefully broken and poured out? I’m still contemplating the answer to that question. Not because I want to … Continue reading Reflections: Broken & Poured Out Women’s Retreat
This summer, I have seen God work in my own heart and in the hearts of those around me. It has been amazing. Truly, He has shown up! And truly, it has all been despite of me. Here’s my must-not-forget lesson from this season of 2017: God’s not working because of me. He’s working despite … Continue reading A Season of God’s Work