Declare Conference 2015: Surprises and Other Things I Didn’t Know

I didn't know what to expect with my first Declare Conference. I knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that I was supposed to be there. That I was supposed to speak. That I was going to have divine appointments. These things I knew. What I didn't know was that I would finally experience the … Continue reading Declare Conference 2015: Surprises and Other Things I Didn’t Know


Jesus might wreck your life

How many of us have prayed a prayer to ask Jesus into our hearts because we wanted to avoid hell... or we wanted to have a better life... or we wanted to not be lonely anymore? I think these are valid, good reasons for wanting to follow Jesus. But they can't be our only reasons. … Continue reading Jesus might wreck your life

life fermatas

fer·ma·ta noun fer-ˈmä-tə: a prolongation at the discretion of the performer of a musical note, chord, or rest beyond its given time value; also: the sign denoting such a prolongation —called also hold In the musical world, fermatas designate to hold the note or rest longer than usual. The definition above says that it is at the performer's discretion, which is … Continue reading life fermatas

what to do when you’re 30, married, and not a mom

First of all, let me start off by saying I LOVE my friends who are moms. They are amazing. Nearly all of my closest friends are moms. I admire them and I am glad there are special groups, Bible studies, events, and blogs for them. Most of them probably feel lonely and stressed at times, and … Continue reading what to do when you’re 30, married, and not a mom

Dealing with Loneliness

This is a repost from my other blog, Keep Him or Dump Him? On this blog we talk a lot about being the kind of women we know we can be, and not settling for anything less than the best in our relationships. If you’ve been on that journey for even a short amount of … Continue reading Dealing with Loneliness

the beauty of the tension of balance

Well... I didn't post last week. Sorry everyone. The past week and a half, I have learned that life is often about living in between two completely opposing emotions, and that this is okay. I have an intense desire to be a mother. It's funny, because I used to swear I would never have kids. … Continue reading the beauty of the tension of balance