We are told to be brave, to take courage. We are told to face our fear, to take that thing head on. What on earth do we do when fear assails us right in the middle of this dream that we hold dear?I’m not talking about me facing down the fear, I’m talking about the […]
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Do you anticipate disappointment? May I have a show of hands? Please tell me I’m not the only one who does this. It’s sad but true. Next week I am heading to South Carolina to join with about 400 other blogger/writer women who love Jesus at the Allume conference. I will be hanging out in […]
Yesterday I did something for the first time. A week ago I said yes to something the Lord directed me to do and it positioned me in a place that I’ve been wanting to go in a long time. I started walking out a dream. I’ve wanted to be a speaker for a very long […]
School starts tomorrow. Huge breath in. And out. We are going back into the home-school realm and this is good. (Not my high-schoolers though – not this year!). #1 One thing I learned this August is that I need to be true to who God created me to be. Even though there are things that […]
Standing in the middle of a bookstore surrounded by the smell of ink and paper and Starbucks coffee I am overcome. There are millions of words contained on these shelves and not one of them is mine. I have dreamed of being a writer since as long as I can remember. Dreamt of my name […]
For over a year now I have been part of an amazing family of sisters who comprise The God-Sized Dream Team. We were only supposed to be together for about six months to help promote Holley’s book You Were Made for a God-sized Dream. We did that but the journey together just doesn’t stop when […]
It’s Tuesday and though I haven’t done it for awhile, I felt like it was a day to talk about God-sized dreams. In November I applied to be part of a God-sized dream team. We were going to get together to talk about and support each other in our dreams and to launch Holley Gerth’s […]
I’ve never been good at getting into cold water, it takes me a very. long. time. Eventually I will enjoy it and feel comfortable. I’m not good at cruising a crowd of new people. My hope is that will be at least one familiar face and if I find one I will usually stick to […]
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