I had the opportunity to write an article for The Joyful Life Magazine's blog, which posted yesterday. I am passionate about the topic of idolatry. Time and again, the Lord has gently convicted me of different areas in my life that I place higher than Him. Social media is my biggest struggle. Last February, I … Continue reading Uncovering Idols
My husband and I attended my cousin's wedding last weekend, and God spoke to me through words intended for the newly betrothed couple. The presiding priest encouraged my cousin and his bride to carve out time every once in a while to just be. He reminded them how chaotic and crazy this life is at … Continue reading Summer Challenge: Just Be
I look around and feel overwhelmed by messages telling me I'm "not enough." Not skinny enough, parenting well enough, putting enough effort into my home, spending enough time with my spouse, giving my children enough experiences, etc. It. Is. Exhausting. Overwhelming. Social media accelerates these messages when I mindlessly scroll through feeds and see what everyone … Continue reading Hey Momma, It’s Okay . . .
Deactivate Facebook. My heart sunk as the words fluttered through my mind. I knew God spoke this command to me. I would not come up with it on my own! Set time limits on Facebook sounds like me. Quit Facebook? That's the Holy Spirit, friend. I wrestled with God on this Saturday morning. I was … Continue reading Why I Quit Facebook
Sometimes, we find ourselves down a path we never intended to take. Praise God for spiritual mulligans!
The Good News of God's grace I learned through a teaching of Jesus. It's a good thing I'm not God!
"Do not rejoice over me, my enemy! Though I have fallen, I will stand up; though I sit in darkness, the Lord will be my light." Micah 7:8, CSB The faint scar on my elbow and knee remind me of my first bike accident when I was eight years old. The breeze produced by my … Continue reading When You Find Yourself Flat On The Pavement