As I prepare for the next speaking event, I spend lots of time alone. I am learning to lean into that time, listening to the voice of Jesus only. Listening to Jesus means letting go of the lie that tells me You are not doing enough. Listening to Jesus means letting go of the lie … Continue reading The Rhythm of Abiding
When I got invited to do a breakout session at The Flourish Conference in Ohio, I was asked to forward a session description within a few days. These are my reflections from the weekend, from having the absolute privilege of serving Our Amazing God in the midst of His daughters. Even though I did not … Continue reading Reflections from the last Speaking Trip #Flourishdoors19
It’s different from waiting. You haven’t petitioned His throne with any requests. It’s not one moment where you say, “Jesus, take the wheel”. You are not sure where you are going, where He is leading. In your spirit which is His Spirit, you sense change on the horizon, but the horizon is too far off … Continue reading Suspended Surrender
Bring on, 49! Another birthday means the beginning of a new year. When you serve the God of the Impossible, there is no limit to what you will see, hear, and experience. I have laid fear to rest in its proper grave: Fear of what others think Fear of not belonging Fear of not being … Continue reading Bring on, 49!
How utterly amazing our Mighty God spoke the Creation of the world. “And God said” made light, animals, the seasons and you and me. God directly speaks over 4,000 times in the Old Testament as http://www.quora.com counted the phrase “thus says the Lord”. How many times did He speak without words? Then, when Jesus … Continue reading God Speaks
This phrase came to me while praying for a dear sister. Sensing in my spirit, her past was colliding with the present, I sought Jesus. you can’t slay what you don’t see I passed it on, assuming she and God worked it out. Yet, this phrase continued to beg at me. It’s the puppy who … Continue reading You Can’t Slay What You Don’t See
When God gathers a speaker from Pennsylvania, a worship leader from Mississippi and a group of spiritually hungry Arizona sisters, you know it will be good. Whatever He does is good. Generous to a fault, You lavish Your favor on all creatures. Everything God does is right-the trademark on all His works is love (Psalm … Continue reading His Glory at Mary’s House, Part 2