I am learning to trust my training. Not in the way others might. Trusting God is the foundation. God equips us for the good work He wants us to do. Whenever God calls us , He will equip us. We don't have to entertain those thoughts about if we should be doing something. If God has opened the … Continue reading Trusting My Training
Recap of Autumn Goals What I read: The Best Yes by Lysa Terkeurst I Met Him in the Ladies' Room by Michelle Stimpson First Date by Krista McGee Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World by Joanna Weaver What I did: Joined a women's Bible Study. Attempted to be more faith-driven in my interaction … Continue reading Winter Goals
3 Four people came, carrying a paralyzed man. 4 Since they could not get to Jesus because of the crowd, they dug a hole in the roof right above where he was speaking. When they got through, they lowered the mat with the paralyzed man on it. 5 When Jesus saw the faith of these people, he said … Continue reading The Outcast: The Paralytic and His Friends
I am missing a great group of friends tonight. Friends I had the privilege of serving with. It was only for a year, but seems much longer. That happens when you serve with a certain group multiple days in a week's time, and they were part of your core group of Christ-centered friends. For a while … Continue reading How Did I Get From There to Here?
Loneliness. How can it be soo incredibly loud? When lonely, it can be easy to feel pushed away. It can be easy to feel that way without loneliness or depression's help. Easy to feel not valued. Others, apparently, all have something far more important to say than I do. My comments. My concerns. My verbalized emotions … Continue reading Loneliness and My Space