For me, 2020 began strong. I knew I wanted my new study on the book of Acts to be published around the same time as the John study last year. May 2020 became my goal. I diligently studied and began writing while my children were in school each day...then March came and our schedules became intertwined. … Continue reading It’s Here!!
Here is a link to a video I posted on Facebook regarding the launch: Monday’s Launch Video Here is a link to the Virtual Facebook Launch beginning tomorrow at 11am. 30 Days in Acts Virtual Launch I will post a link to the book, available on Amazon soon! Subscribers, check your email tonight!
On Tuesday, head over to my Facebook page for the virtual launch for “30 Days in Acts”! From 11am-6pm, I will be checking in every hour on the hour with videos, 3 giveaways, and a free download! Here is the link to the launch: 30 Days in Acts Virtual Book Launch I hope to see … Continue reading Virtual Book Launch
Y’all, I can’t wait to bring you my new Bible study on the book of Acts. I am still floating on the kindness I have received since releasing my “30 Days with John” study last year. Everything God put on my heart as a reason for writing my first study was echoed through those who … Continue reading Coming soon…
Writing is how I process my world. It is a free therapist that I never have to worry about overburdening with the same thoughts, ideas, and concerns. Often my writing becomes prayers when the words become so heavy, they fall onto pages like an onslaught of rain to an already over saturated earth. When there … Continue reading When the Words Won’t Come
"'Abba, Father', he said, 'everything is possible for you. Take this cup from me. Yet not what I will, but what you will.'" Mark 14:36 NIV Offer me a cup of warm coffee and I am happily content with the smell and taste of the liquid comfort. Not iced, not flavored, but a simple cup … Continue reading An Empty Cup
It’s all still sinking in. We have been social distancing for almost a month. We are exploring uncharted territory as families and communities. While I am still processing all of this, as we all are, this one phrase won't leave me. Don't waste this. As all of our comforts are taken away and days are … Continue reading Don’t Waste This
Weep - to express grief, sorrow, or any overpowering emotion by shedding tears When is the last time you really cried, wept? When were you recently overwhelmed with emotion and tears? I wear my heart all over my sleeves and face so people who are close to me have definitely seen me cry. But weep … Continue reading A God Who Weeps
I think we can all agree that we are in a very strange time in our world. Trying to balance a sense of caution, concern, and calm is easier said than done. We strive to make sense of all of it without alarming our children and making the situation worse. A few years ago, our … Continue reading What’s Up, God?
Last week I began a new series for the month of March on revisiting the Ten Commandments. As a Christ follower, it is easy to get lost in the more tangible demands of the faith (i.e. going to church, reading the Bible, etc.) and forget about the commandments given to the children of God thousands … Continue reading Back to Basics: Misused Worship