King David is ending his reign and setting up his son, Solomon, to take over. Solomon is commissioned with a task that will go down in history; building the temple for God. "The task is great because the building will not be built for a human but for the Lord God." 2 Chronicles 29:1 And … Continue reading Living out my call during COVID.
Team Turn of Mind
"Teamwork makes the dream work." "Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much."- Helen Keller "None of us is as smart as all of us." - Ken Blanchard "Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is a progress. Working together is success."- Henry Ford "Cowabunga!"- Ninja Turtles (my personal favorite) I'm … Continue reading Team Turn of Mind
I Pick Things Up & Put Them Down
"BUZZ BUZZ BUZZ!" Your alarm goes off every morning. Same time, all the time. Your feet hit the floor, you wash your face, you do your thing. Eat some breakfast (maybe you don't because you just run out with your coffee mug 😉) Mornings. Amirghttttt?! We all have them. These past few months I've been … Continue reading I Pick Things Up & Put Them Down
Since I had different friends growing up, my mom always warned me when I went to their houses, "if something or someone ever makes you feel uncomfortable, you call me right away, and I will pick you up." One time, I went to a friend's birthday party and her mom rented us movies (from BLOCKBUSTER!) … Continue reading Generous Obedience
Permission to be a Gold Digger
Recently while away on a trip I had the opportunity to meet some new people along the way. Matt was in another group as I took time and chatted with a woman on the other side of the room. By the time the night was over, we were recapping the day's events, in which Matt … Continue reading Permission to be a Gold Digger
There is MORE
This past weekend I was very honored when Pastors Todd and Mary asked me to preach about living a life of abundance. Which is ironic because growing up, I always felt like God wanted me to suffer to an extent. One reason why was because my definition of abundance was skewed. Living in abundance is … Continue reading There is MORE
I Want What I Want
Kids can be ruthless sometimes. Back in my high school days I used to babysit this 5 year old boy. He wasn’t so bad to watch but sometimes he would have the worst tantrums (like kicking-me-in-the-face tantrums). I remember he used to love to play this spy video game and he would get so mad … Continue reading I Want What I Want
Why Name a Post “Home Depot?”
Ok, so I am throwing my original post out of the proverbial window and going with a recommendation topic from a friend. Ever walk into a place that was so intimidating that you automatically felt defeated? Ever face a big project, a new experience, that left you deflated instead of inflated? Ever step into a … Continue reading Why Name a Post “Home Depot?”
Apples to Oranges
It's 8:25pm at the moment, our turkey burger dinner is still on the stove, Matt is still outside seeding our grass and my cat is walking over my laklsdl;jtp[e pw ;... laptop (okay, I did that just for the effect). Seems like the perfect night to write! So I'm just gonna go for it! Ever … Continue reading Apples to Oranges
Iffff you’reeee happy and you know it clap your hands!
Iffff you'reeee happy and you know it and you really want to show it. Iffff you'reeee happy and you know it- CLAP YOUR HANDS! We've been singing about wanting to be happy ever since we were young! Now that we are adults, it's easy to lose our contentment. When we are blinded by our difficult … Continue reading Iffff you’reeee happy and you know it clap your hands!