2020: pace

2020: pace // new word + thoughts for the new year! As we go into 2020, it’s my prayer that we will all find the pace God has for our lives, & that we will all resist the pressures we face to follow someone else’s pace.

it is well.

it is well. As long as I can remember, I’ve desired control. Desire probably isn’t even the right word—I’ve sought control. I’ve always said this urge for control is both my one of my greatest strengths and my greatest weakness.  On this side of heaven, sometimes the desire for control can be a strength—if itContinue reading “it is well.”

2019: ZEAL.

“I have to find my word of the year.” Does anyone else feel the pressure surrounding that statement?  One word. For the entire year!  [Now, a lot of people find this silly. But I can say with full confidence that having a key word every year has only furthered my life and my spiritual walk.]Continue reading “2019: ZEAL.”


WHAT ARE YOU DOING? Have you ever felt like God was telling you to do something, but everyone else was questioning it? I read a passage last night that resonated deep within me. Look at Mark 11 with me: “Now when they drew near to Jerusalem, to Bethphage and Bethany, at the Mount of Olives,Continue reading “WHAT ARE YOU DOING?”


Let me tell you about my Piggly Wiggly friends. Last year, I felt this prompting from God that I was supposed to stop shopping at name brand grocery stores and instead shop at the little local grocery store right by my house.  It came at a weird time, but it felt kind of natural, andContinue reading “SHOW UP.”


If you’ve read any of my blogs before, you know that sometimes I just have this urge to write. Such was the case this week, when I started this blog.   I didn’t really know where to begin, because I felt like there was just so much to say and not any clear way toContinue reading “Faith.”


Focus. I woke up at 5:40am this morning all of a sudden and had this immense feeling that I needed to start writing.  But I wasn’t sure what exactly I was supposed to be writing. Last year, I had decided my word for the year by the second day of the year (see Patience).  Honestly,Continue reading “Focus.”