Welcome! Today it is an honor to introduce guest Cindy Bultema. I met Cindy almost three years ago at my first ever speaking conference. Cindy was kind and gracious, fitting my meeting in with her packed schedule. As I was very new to intentional faith and to the career, Cindy’s sensitive guidance and tender prayer … Continue reading Q & A with Guest Cindy Bultema
Welcome! Glad you are here. Today's post is more ponderings of just letting love be, letting it soak. Let me know any thoughts. I am curious and want to love myself and others as well as I love Him..... Do you remember learning to tie your shoe? Or teaching your four year old to go … Continue reading What is Love?
Welcome to my blog! It is the year of celebrating the power of story, and May is the month I am celebrating freedom. If you are struggling to feel free and need prayer, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is an honor to introduce my friend Konnie Viner today. We met a little over a year ago … Continue reading Healing for Women Who Have Suffered Abuse: Guest Post by Konnie Viner
Recently in PA, we got hammered with a blizzard. The state began shutting down the night before because they expected a big white mess. I am not sure the daffodils were ready. They were preparing to spring forth, stand tall and shine their luscious color to the world. You can see their buds, still tightly … Continue reading Expect the Unexpected with God
The Word gave life to everything that was created, and his life brought light to everyone. John 1:4, NLT Study Bible 2008 As you know, I just had a birthday. A short seven years ago, if Jesus’ name left my lips, it was profanity. “Jesus Christ” was an exclamation I often heard growing up, … Continue reading Jesus Saved Me, 3 of 3
Welcome my friend Terri Webster! I met Terri during a divine dinner at a writer's conference last year. It is such a gift from God to connect with other writers who have hearts for His Kingdom. Bio: Terri wrote "Markers for Single Moms: Finding God's Direction in the Chaos," available on Amazon. She wrote and … Continue reading I Said, YES!
The tightrope loosened. I did not need to be so careful. Marriage is the answer to loneliness and a heart’s aching for love. In fact, I had moments I could do acrobats on the tightrope. Surges of confidence in who I was as a woman. Actual joy with knowing I was chosen by a man … Continue reading The Lion and The Tightrope, 2 of 3
Did you ever see a woman circus performer walk the tightrope … and slip? One foot dips down past the wire while she steadies herself on one anxiety-filled foot. Dressed in a sleek, stick-to-your-body costume, you see her every move even though she is far above your head. Slowly and with eager intentions to stay … Continue reading Walking the Tightrope, 1 of 3