This phrase has been something that I've been meditating on for the past week for this upcoming year. Stay in your lane. Everyone is busy doing them, it only makes sense to do you. Doing you means keeping your head down, working hard and remaining focused on what it is God called you to do. … Continue reading Stay in your lane
It's the most wonderful time of the year! FASTING SEASON!! The time of the year when the church is ramping up to force its' congregation to starve itself (KID-DING!) When the church fasts at the beginning of the year, it's a time where we dedicate ourselves to aligning our spiritual lives back to Christ. Let's … Continue reading What are you fasting for?
The Lord's been taking me down an interesting road as I transition into this new season. Off the heels of whats been the hardest, most gut wrenching, teeth gnashing year of my existence, I'm coming to an end with the grace of a landing professional sky diver. And like a sky diver, I can't help … Continue reading The Necessary Fire
When it comes to my faith, I can definitely say that I sometimes feel like I get this message when I pray to God: "You have reached a number that is disconnected or is no longer in service." And then I'm like "Why does God have a landline still?" Ha. Giggles aside...we can do everything … Continue reading Out of Reach
Idolize: to regard with blind adoration, devotion etc. to worship as a god I've been spending a lot of time with God in his word lately and it is so evident how much he loves us. And I know people say that casually like when they say bless you when you sneeze or when it's … Continue reading But I love him!
When I started to get into the throes of actually raising my toddler, I was met with a tragic realization that I am not perfect. Not only was I not perfect but I needed to change. I wasn't comfortable with the person I was. And if I didn't want to give my child a reason … Continue reading Perfection is Thankfully Unattainable
As the crowd throws back hot dogs and exchange high fives in the warm summer light at Dodger Stadium, not too far up the hill there were women gathering, waiting in anticipation. Anticipation of healing, of love, acceptance and fellowship. We all have a story. A story of brokenness, disappointment, and lost of self. It can … Continue reading Night at The Diamond Gathering