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Stop waiting for things to be perfect

It can be easy to question if God is calling you to something when things get hard or you don’t feel like it is something you can do perfectly, but is that really the way to determine God’s will? Join me for a story about an incredible missionary who defied all odds and let’s talk about what we can learn from this amazing lady.

The Sin of being Comfortable

Can desiring comfort be sinful? How much rest is too much? What if we work hard, don’t we deserve to take time off? Today, I am answering all of these questions and talking about what it looks like to work with a heart that desires to serve the Lord, and not just doing what is easy.

Children are a blessing, and blessings can be heavy

I am editing the opening of this blog after having almost finished the entirety of the post, because I feel the need to add this paragraph in. An amazing thing happened this week as I decided that I was going to write a blog on this topic. Everything with my children seemed to go haywire.Continue reading “Children are a blessing, and blessings can be heavy”

Embracing my personality, and jumping back into the blogosphere

Hello, ladies! I am back and it feels strange to be behind the keyboard again. In many ways, I haven’t really left. I have just been keeping my posts to Facebook and Instagram rather than a dedicated blog. After having multiple people comment on how I ought to start a blog, I began to wonderContinue reading “Embracing my personality, and jumping back into the blogosphere”

My Love/Hate Relationship with Routines and Schedules

Confession. I am not the most organized person. Shocking, I know. It is definitely not my spiritual gift. I am painfully aware of this fact in this moment, as I am searching everywhere for one of my 10 Expo markers. I don’t know what it is about kids and Expo markers, but they are NEVERContinue reading “My Love/Hate Relationship with Routines and Schedules”

From Alcoholic to Beloved Child of God

As I sit here at 11 o’clock at night, drinking my herbal tea next to my sweet husband while our kids snooze in the bedroom down the hall, I am acutely aware of how undeserving I am of the incredible grace and mercy the Lord has shown me. I know that every believer will sayContinue reading “From Alcoholic to Beloved Child of God”