So. I’ve been challenged this week on taking risks. I tend to play it safe when it comes to certain things. I tend to stay inside my comfort zone-willing everything to stay the same. God is not about letting everything stay the same. Following God means taking risks. If you don’t take risks, you’ll never… Continue reading Step Off The Ledge
730 days. 17520 hours. 1051200 minutes. That’s how long it has been since my life changed. Well, it’s coming up in about a month. It’s a time that I really could have done without, but I remember it because of God. I’m alive primarily because of God. These two years have been challenging and hard-often… Continue reading 2 years and Counting
Selah. It’s a word that is rarely used. It’s thought to mean pause-a break. This has been on my mind recently because sometimes I hate the fact that my brain hits a wall and can’t function without rest. I want to do everything and I feel bad for having to need rest a lot-and I… Continue reading Selah
Surrendering graciously. That’s an oxymoron in my life. Often when God asks me to surrender things, I give it up kicking and screaming. I try to take it back soon after I give it up. In this season, I’ve had to surrender some things like my five year plan. I mean, it got thrown far… Continue reading Surrendering Graciously
Ordinary. That word just makes me flinch. I’ve tried my whole 24 years not to be ordinary, boring, and unexciting. Don’t lie and tell me you haven’t kinda always combined ordinary with boring. I just finished reading Shannan Martin’s new book, The Ministry of Ordinary Places. I started reading it because I simply love Shannon… Continue reading Ordinary Places
It’s been almost 22 months since my accident. I think when I hit the two year mark I’ll stop counting but right now, it’s still pretty relevant in my life. I’m not to the maximum recovery mark yet. Here’s just a few things that I’ve learned about myself and God though this hard-oh so hard-but… Continue reading 4 More Things My TBI Has Taught Me
I just finished Remember God by Annie F. Downs. OH MY GOODNESS! The way she is honest and vulnerable with her story makes me cry. Her story speaks to my story in that I also wonder if He is truly good and truly kind. If He doesn’t just tell me what I want to hear… Continue reading Remember God.