Philippians: The Back Story

A Walk Through Philippians, Part 1: The Back Story Anyone who says, "People don't change," never read the story of Saul/Paul. Originally named Saul, Paul was number one enemy to all Jesus followers. He made it his life's work to seek out and persecute Christians. And, when I say "persecute" I really mean he stoned,... Continue Reading →

Relationship Matters

Your relationship with God matters. That is why I wrote this journal. It’s all about Him. As Christians our ultimate goal is to have a relationship with Christ, right? That’s what we say in church. It’s what we tell people. But how excited are you about Bible study...really? This isn’t meant to make you feel... Continue Reading →

A Leap of Faith: Have Faith Studio Journals

I’ve got big news! Have Faith Studio is now on Amazon. This is something that I have been praying about and truly feel I am being called to do—to share the Word of God in a creative way. Faith Over Anxiety is my first journal. It’s 120 pages of thoughtful journaling prompts, inspirational Bible verses,... Continue Reading →

Strong women support other women…or so they say.

”When women support other women, incredible things happen.” Unknown I’ve seen this quote in my social media feed...a lot. I bet you have too. And, why not? It’s inspirational. But is it really what women do? We all want to think so. Right? I have seen two very striking examples this week of that not being... Continue Reading →

One Word (or two) for 2019.

It's that time again to ditch the New Year's resolutions in favor of One Word to focus on all year long. I've picked my one word for 10 years now and it's helped me to stay focused on what I want to accomplish. For instance, rather than saying, "I want to lose weight," I might... Continue Reading →

What not to say to someone with anxiety or depression

We know you all mean well. We know you want to help your loved one, co-worker, or friend who is has a mental disorder such as anxiety or depression, but these words above...they are not only hurtful, they are detrimental to the wellness of the person suffering from these illnesses.

He is Risen. Happy Easter.

28 After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to look at the tomb. 2 There was a violent earthquake, for an angel of the Lord came down from heaven and, going to the tomb, rolled back the stone and sat on it. 3 His appearance was... Continue Reading →

Let go…of high expectations at work?

Let go. Sure enough, as soon as I settle on my One Word for 2018, God decides it's a good time to test me on the art of letting go. I subscribe to the Skinning Artist blog, and last weekend the title of Drew's email was, "Sometimes it's okay to let go..." Ugh. When did He... Continue Reading →

One Word 2018: Let Go

In past years I have had my one little word for the new year come to me by December. Not this year. This year has been a little more labor intensive to find it. I had a handful of words picked out but not one seemed right. Then I saw the Bible verse of Philippians... Continue Reading →

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