I thought a new house would make me feel better. So I prayed and prayed for the thing that would give me my own space, and I got it. I’m grateful. But there was still a thing inside. A thing lurking to be filled. I stopped my mind a few times from finding reasons why … Continue reading Cranes
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We don’t need to do a lot of chit chat here. Inspired by the great Pat Russo, here are 12 lessons I learned in 2020. You Can Run, But How Long Can You Hide? For a long time, I tried to hide from myself and my true desires, so I went along with what I … Continue reading 12 Lessons Of 2020
A few days ago, I was standing in the kitchen, listening to a Maverick City Music song when my eyes began to well with tears. I didn’t hold them in. I embraced the moment and let them fall. I was feeling all of these feelings. Reflecting on who I am, singing the words “I just … Continue reading Called: A Sunday Sermon
I’ve been thinking about choices for the last two days. I was playing a card game called “Whot” with my hubby and I won three or four games in a row. He said “You’re good.” I took a breath and smiled. Then thought, am I good? Or am I just lucky? The next game, I … Continue reading Choices: A Sunday Sermon
For the last two months, I’ve been getting this message to “show up.” I noticed this pattern in my life where I would take on more responsibility and then run away from it because it felt overwhelming. My life is changing and the closer I get to living the life I want, the more I … Continue reading Show Up: A Sunday Sermon
If I can be honest, I struggled writing this week’s Sunday Sermon. I struggled because I kept trying to make something work that just wasn’t working. I worked it and reworked it and almost posted it but felt like it lacked integrity to share something inauthentic. So I came back to the drawing board and … Continue reading Rest: A Sunday Sermon
A few years ago I decided to take my first solo trip. I wanted to go to the beach, for three days, alone. I told my husband I was going, booked my place on the beach, and started packing. My husband and I weren’t on the best of terms but I took his shrug and … Continue reading Stalling: A Sunday Sermon
For a while now, I’ve been wanting to use my gift of spiritual connection for good. I’ve been wanting to share my heart and whatever I feel God is saying. I’ve been wanting to give of myself in new ways. If you identify and it resonates, Amen - if not, maybe next time? So here … Continue reading Choose: A Sunday Sermon.
I woke from two, strange, heavy dreams this morning. In one, I was sidetracked by a friend in need and never found my car after hours and hours of search. The second, I had several people in my house - all of them from middle and high school. People I've known for twenty years. I … Continue reading All The Bright Places Are Within.