Joy is fleeting sometimes. Like this morning. I was struggling with the daily tasks: getting my kids on zoom, getting them fed, responding to my clients, getting my writing done, etc. I'm tired. I'm weary. As a parent, I am so ready for this virtual learning to...
Encouragement from Janine
4 STEPS I TOOK YESTERDAY TO KICK COMPARISON TO THE CURB!
I struggled hard yesterday with comparison. It snuck in and replaced my joy with jealousy and discontentment.
Once I realized it, I took my first step to fight it: I began thinking truth.
I am grateful for what I have
THRIVE IN THE UNKNOWN
Updated: Nov 3, 2020
The unknown is hard. It’s a difficult place to reside. Right now, we are in a constant state of the unknown. We don't know when the kids will be able to go back to school. We don't know when my husband's job will get back to...
HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY AMERICA!
Today I am filled with gratitude, hope, love, joy....and sorrow.
Today is a day to celebrate America’s independence…our freedoms as Americans. We have freedoms in this country that so many others across the globe do not. The one I am most grateful for is the freedom...
IS MY LOVE GENUINE THROUGH THE LENS OF WHITE PRIVILEGE?
I've been meditating on Romans 12 this week. Over the weekend, God kept impressing this chapter on my heart and thoughts. So I chose it for my weekly Bible Study that I lead over on my Facebook page...
BRING THE WORD TO LIFE -- Hebrews 12
I remember taking my kiddos ice skating for the first time. They were scared and were not steady on their feet. Most other people in the rink were skating along the rail, holding on for dear life, barely making it around.
We, however, skated...
BRING THE WORD TO LIFE - 2 Corinthians 4
Updated: Nov 3, 2020
The eternal weight of glory.
BRING THE WORD TO LIFE - Acts 1:8
In 2018, after Momentum Youth Conference, our church youth group drove down to Kentucky to see Rend Collective (one of our favorite bands to see live). After they played, Jeremy Camp came on stage. I knew of him, but I couldn’t tell you any of his...