If I had a dollar for every time someone used the phrase “burned-out” (or if you’re from the south burnt out) I would be a millionaire. Wanna know why? Because people are willing to go above and beyond when they feel called to a ministry, they feel a burning fire under them to get things done because it’s a passion for them. But- sooner or later, they get overused from a lack of delegation, lack of volunteers, lack of boundaries. Continue reading “Feel the burn, not the burn-out.”
“Take me back to the day I saw You
Through the eyes of my first child
You let my heart see how much You love me
The Father’s arms will always take me back”
I don’t deserve to be a mom. I don’t deserve to have such a wonderful husband. I don’t deserve to have a job that I am so passionate about. Continue reading “Out of the Dust”
Have you ever found yourself searching for a tribe that will lift you up in your life and walk with God only to find yourself pouring into friendships that leave you empty?
“Some wandered in desert wastes, finding no way to a city to dwell in;
hungry and thirsty,
their soul fainted within them.
Then they cried to the Lord in their trouble,
and he delivered them from their distress.” Psalm 107:4-6
Continue reading “Wanted: A Godly Tribe”
You know the weirdest part about starting a blog? Not the theme, or the pictures, or the colors. The font. I feel like picking a font is like picking my voice. What would my voice look like? Arial Black? That’s pretty bold. I don’t feel that bold. Comic sans? Nah. Courier New seems a little too journalistic, I don’t have anything that important to say. So this is what I picked. Here is what my voice looks like on paper. Does it look like me?
So what do I have to say? A lot. Continue reading “This is what my voice looks like?”