Anxiety, grace, loving God with your mind, rest

Turn me off…

Life is unbelievably noisy. We live in a constant state of anxiety and go. This morning, as my brain and heart raced on the road to nowhere, I declared "I've had it." Done. Ever feel that way? As a mom, wife, business owner, and responsible human being I cannot just declare "done," but it signals… Continue reading Turn me off…

Anxiety, authenticity, God's word, grace, humility, the gospel, transformation by truth, trusting God, Uncategorized

Contrary to Popular Opinion…

You are not enough. You read it right. That's offensive, huh? I am NOT saying you do not have worth. I am NOT saying that you do not have value. I am NOT saying you cannot do hard things. I am NOT saying you are not tough. I am NOT saying you are a failure.… Continue reading Contrary to Popular Opinion…

Anxiety, authenticity, discipline, grace, margin, sin, spiritual growth, transformation by truth, trusting God

It all started with a “little” project

It all started with a closet project.  Little did I know that it would turn into so much more.   Our home has more than ample storage, but the problem is we have dumped stuff there.  The stuff that is falling out of the closets and the basement means there is stuff everywhere in our… Continue reading It all started with a “little” project

Anxiety, authenticity, comparison, discernment, grace, insecurity, parenting, the gospel, transformation by truth

A good mom…

Well, it's building again.  That pressure to do the right thing, to do it the best way, to prove your worth is on the rise.  Where does it come from?  From women's mouths, popular books, sub-cultural norms to your ears--actually straight to your heart.  The words marinate in your heart until you believe it and… Continue reading A good mom…

Anxiety, authenticity, comparison, discernment, learning boundaries, Uncategorized

Great Expectations: What to Expect?

I wish it were the novel...but it's the list in my head.  So many expectations...in every area of my life.  Some are specific and some are inferred.  Some are imperative--feed, clothe, love, educate my child, cook dinner more frequently than not, laundry...make sure my house does not look like the atomic bomb exploded in it.… Continue reading Great Expectations: What to Expect?