Restore Wonder

Ever feel like the childlike wonder you once had is lost?  Buried somewhere deep inside, relegated to memories that don’t influence your adult life? I have.  Adult responsibilities often diminish playfulness. And it can impact your spiritual life. The wonder of Christmases long past tarnishes.  The expectancy of what God is up to is shuffled …

Whatever

Ever found yourself not attempting to do something because others do it better? Why try to host a dinner party when your hospitality gifting pales in comparison to your friends? Why try a new discipline (consistent bible study, exercise regime, child-rearing practice, etc.) when your attempts will look NOTHING like the successes you’ve seen on …

Why Speak to My Heart?

I don’t know about you, but I too often let the circumstances of my life affect my thought life. I’m a thinker. And being a thinker can be good. But it can also be detrimental IF I choose to think along the wrong lines. It’s kind of like coloring in and out of the lines …

Don’t Let Your Words Wobble Your Days

Yesterday I did a wobble maneuver that skewed the view of my circumstances.  I chose to give vent to my frustrations.  Not outwardly.  You wouldn’t have been able to tell.  I looked the same. But I talked nonstop in my head, which catapulted me into a headlock of unhelpful proportions. I was on the brink …

Wise Waiting

I wrote this blessing in the midst of a wait. Let’s face it: most of us are in a wait, some more problematic than others. As I was meditating on the topic, I began thinking how wisdom and waiting go hand in hand.
My prayer is that your wait becomes intentionally wise.