On a regular basis, we walk through life missing a good portion of things that make up the big picture. We get in the car to drive and don't pay much attention to the engine under the hood, unless it doesn't start. We order our food in a restaurant and don't give much thought to … Continue reading What Does Grace Look Like In Your Life?
Release Date: JULY 7th 2016
It is my pleasure to announce that this summer my literary baby is being birthed into the world. The Truth About Happiness. More details to come!
Our self-righteousness and our need to partake in the so-called rights we have may actually be drawing a line in the sand between us and Christ. Our "rights", as important as we have made them, are simply vanity in the big scheme of things. They cannot earn us freedom and neither can the self-righteousness we hold so dearly to.
For Passion week this Easter, I have written my heart in an article titled Everlasting Consideration on a wonderful blog called, We Are His Daughters with my friend Mandy Hill. "Our King not only justifies us, He lavishes a grace on us that offers security and rest from all guilt and shame. In His careful … Continue reading My Heart for His Passion
Happy New Year folks!!!!! I'm sure all of us are feeling some kind of way, walking out 2015 and into 2016. We start thinking on all the should've, could've, would've and maybe even the "why did I ". But you know what, today is a new day and we have much to go forward with. … Continue reading Open Letter to ME
It took me quite a while to completely give up my selfish understanding to obey God's calling on my life. I toggled with all of my flesh driven dreams and made many attempts to make square pegs fit all the round holes. And through all of that, God waited for me as He held my … Continue reading Why Wait?
It seems fitting to adorn this post with some grateful letters sewn together considering the time of year. So that is just what I plan to do in the next 500 words or so. Have you ever sat and thought about where you could be if God had not stepped in? When I look back … Continue reading Thankful for the Open Door
One of the most eye twitching scenarios you come across as a writer, is when you have written something that you think is a masterpiece and your loved ones barely raise an eyebrow to it. Or when you ask them have they read your article on "blah blah blah" and they say, "OH, I didn't … Continue reading Audience of ONE
Since it's the month of costumes, I have some intriguing thoughts about a specific piece of costume that we wear. You know, as a mother it can seem like our title ends at "butt wiper" or "short order chef". Our tireless days and nights surround us endlessly and we can feel as if we are … Continue reading The Mommy Mask