Joining the lovely Emily P. Freeman’s writing round-up to share what I learned this fall! Let’s begin… I learned so much from this amazing book by Rebekah Lyons. Rhythms of Renewal focuses on 4 overarching rhythms (Rest, Restore, Connect, and Create) to calm, whole, healthy lives. I listened to this book as I read it,
As followers of Christ, our number one calling, job, and purpose on earth is to make his name known. That’s the common denominator further specialized by the gifts and talents and desires the Father has placed in our hearts. If we’re writers, we write to spread the truth. If we’re speakers, we preach it. If
This may be the first time I’ve ever joined up with the fun started by one of my favs, Emily P Freeman, but now is better than never! Especially since this was one of the best summers we’ve had around here in a long time. This season typically isn’t my favorite. So much sweat and
originally posted on The Writer’s Alley (4/25/2019) During Holy Week, I had two epiphanies. First, have you ever noticed that so many of the verbs associated with the Lord begin with “RE“? For example, He: Resurrects the dead Restores the broken Redeems our debts and failures Revives souls Returns lost things Refills what’s empty Receives
“This is a book about making decisions. It’s also a book about making a life.”
originally published on The Writer’s Alley: 3/28/19 Yes, that is a molecule. Yes, you’re in the right place. But hang with me, y’all, because I’m about to go where no writing blog has ever gone before. I have a huge exam on Saturday, and won’t the Lord speak to me while I’m studying? This cutie is
On #InternationalWomensDay, I’m thinking of my daughter. Here are 10 things I want her to know.
Illusion, hustle, + quick fixes imply that healing is our job and depends on our power and strength. But I don’t have any power despite what pride may lead me to believe. I’ve slammed face-first into the end of my strength enough times to know that I can’t do it. I don’t want that responsibility.