bible, encouragement, faith, god, Uncategorized, women, writing

Waiting for Stability – Guest Post: Mattie Givens

Mattie Givens writes at Growing The Givens and we connected at a blogger retreat last August. It was such a delight to chat with her and I am thrilled to have her share words here on the blog today. There have been many seasons in my life where I have waited for something tangible.  I… Continue reading Waiting for Stability – Guest Post: Mattie Givens

bible, encouragement, faith, god, trust god, Uncategorized, women

W-A-I-T – Guest Post: Tabitha Deller

Tabitha Deller and I connected a few years ago at a Proverbs 31 writers conference, She Speaks. I adored her immediately as she sat across from me at a group icebreaker speaking passionately of her Called Bible Study. Her heart for women and the Bible merged to show her love of Christ and her bubbly… Continue reading W-A-I-T – Guest Post: Tabitha Deller

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Right Where He Wants You – Guest Post: Jennifer Andes

Jennifer Andes is great writer and a good friend of mine. We connected through the writer's conference - She Speaks a few years ago and formed a great friendship and accountability relationship. I am sure you will love her encouragement in any season of waiting you might be feeling.   Right Where He Wants You… Continue reading Right Where He Wants You – Guest Post: Jennifer Andes

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Love with Two Hands

Finally. It’s just after dinner and I have a moment to sit down but not at the counter, or my desk, or the toy car-covered living room floor, or the dinner table, but on the couch in my living room. Work is finished, laundry is folded (well, probably - I’m at least pretending it is),… Continue reading Love with Two Hands

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Little Red Wagon

A wise friend shared a story with me years ago that really stuck. I'm sure you've experienced that too. For one reason or another you just relate to it and it resurfaces often.  I can't take credit for this story...but I'm going to tell it like its mine. Just so we are clear...it's not. So… Continue reading Little Red Wagon