You know that place between the beginning and the end? Yeah! The middle! That place! That spot where you’re certain you’ve stepped out into a higher level of faith… A level that is extremely uncomfortable. And now… Now that you’re in the middle, you’ve actually become kind of comfortable because the initial shock of stepping… Continue reading Middle-Ground Movement
For the past several days I’ve been searching for the best word to describe my experience with 2020... And as I’ve fumbled through the list in my head and heart, the one that’s continued to pop up is “faith." And if you’re anything like me, faith might sound so simple. However, it’s my faith and… Continue reading My Word is: Faith
I had a dream Friday night. I saw the enemy of my spirit, heart and soul stealing an inheritance that didn't belong to him. My human spirit even spoke to me in the dream and said, "This isn't holy, divine or pure." When I woke up from the dream I thought about it and prayed… Continue reading The Steal Can’t Be Real If You Check the Roots
It’s been a year and a half since I started taking the train down to Wall Street to pray for the nation. In some seasons I’d go once a month. Others once a week. And then in one particular month, I went twice a week.Why? Well because God asked me to.He showed me some really… Continue reading Wall Street
About two months ago I wrote about a spiritual mountain I didn't want to climb. I explained that the mountain would require me to exercise more faith in God and His ways than ever before. I also shared that more faith required me to exchange more of my selfish, stubborn wants and ways for His… Continue reading Don’t Stop. Do Wait.
You know... As a girl raised in America I've had just about everything I could ever really need or ask for. I watched my parents struggle as they successfully created the business my father owned and operated. And then I sat back and wondered how we went from living in a very small house to… Continue reading Would You Risk It?
I used to think I knew faith. I used to think it was simply believing in what I couldn't see and the impossible. However, over the past year of life I've really realized faith is a lifestyle of risks. It's choosing to step out into uncertain, unknown and uncommon territory. It's choosing to simply follow… Continue reading Risky Business