Recently the Lord has been helping me navigate how childhood trauma has affected me as an adult. I am healed, I no longer live life with a million bullet holes and feeling like I need a life vest to get through. But, all this healing doesn’t mean I am completely done. I spent most of … More The Day I Quit Fear.
This morning I picked up my Bible and opened it randomly to a spot. I love doing this because I ask God to direct me to something He wants to speak to me that day. So, I picked up my Bible and it opened up to a passage I had highlighted and marked up – … More Who Am I? – Finding the Strength to Keep Speaking in the Midst of Opposition #ChurchToo
“And then her heart changed, or at least she understood it; and the winter passed, and the sun shone upon her.” –J.R.R. Tolkien (The Lord of the Rings) 2017 was a fantastic year. I started a new ministry called Ezer Rising where I get to share my passion for women, equality, and healing/freedom for victims … More 2018 Blog Relaunch – New Direction and Vision
It’s easy to stand with people when what they’re doing/talking about makes people feel good or affirms what is a popular belief/tradition. But, it’s much harder to find people willing to stand with you when what you’re doing is shaking the boat, casting light into darkness, and talking out what the world has labeled as … More Today I Choose To Not Quit.
A couple months ago I woke up early on a Saturday morning with these lyrics blasting through my head. I asked the Lord about it and He responded by playing this through my head again. I realized that so often I come to the Lord and present Him with all my good stuff – accomplishments, … More Would You Let Me See Beneath Your Beautiful – Bringing Jesus Into the Imperfections
What makes you excited? What burns in your soul? What has God placed in your heart to do or say? I have been doing a lot of soul-searching these last few months and God has continued to stoke the fire in my heart on certain issues. He has challenged me to speak out about things … More Jesus, Social Injustice, and Me- Being a Voice for the Least of These