The last day of January. January for me in the past has always felt so long, as though I lived several liftemes in the course of each week. While this January has not been an exception to that, it did seem to go faster than previous years. A lot of things did happen in our... Continue Reading →
Tuesday January 25, 2022
In yesterday's post I mentioned I just started reading the book Heaven to Earth by Anthony Mangun, which details out the prayer pattern of praying through the tabernacle. You can google "The Tabernacle Plan" to find many resources on this. I have previously also watched YouTube videos discussing it. My Pastor at church is also... Continue Reading →
Earlier this month I finished reading the book Leading on Empty by Wayne Cordeiro, which I highly recommend and will definately put it on my "to be read again list." The book is primarily geared towards those in church leadership positions on how to rest, renew, and refill their passion. I only wish this book... Continue Reading →
Why not now?
Why not now? This phrase has been swirling in my head for about the past week. Ultimately what it entails for me is that it is time to start sharing what I write. I have lost count of all of the entries in my phone and drafts saved in my WordPress account, too afraid to... Continue Reading →
I am no longer in control of the narrative
In January 2020 I made a decision to read more. It has taken being intentional with my time but it has been one of the best things to happen to me. In reading others stories and struggles, I have in turn found my voice again. I will share in another blog post what I have... Continue Reading →
A Love not based on my worth
How I learned to overcome hurts by letting go of my perception of performance based love and surrendering to God's love.
2019 Year in Review
Hi. I know it's been a while, but what better way to come back on the scene than a New Year. And as others have continued to ceremoniously point out, a new decade. I felt like this deserved a blog post. I have been avoiding writing the past year. I should not say that, reality... Continue Reading →