Expansion

Expansion Stretching Growing Learning… Usually uncomfortable Always necessary To make room for more… More focus More fullness More fruitfulness More faithfulness More favor Increased capacity… To walk in His goodness To demonstrate His faithfulness To release His kingdom To do His will… On earth as it is in heaven Expansion Stretching Growing Learning… Embrace it … More Expansion

The Voyage

This song has been messing me up. Like really messing me up. But that’s a good thing. In fact, I’m seeing a lot of good things lately.  Even though a lot of those good things have initially been disguised as challenges. Challenges that have become opportunities to trust–opportunities to believe. And that’s always a good … More The Voyage

What Do You Want?

Do you want what you think you need in your timing, or do you want what you really want in Mine? I  wasn’t expecting the question. But, of course, I already knew the answer. Even though it sounds like a no-brainer, there was a very real cost associated with the “obvious” answer. What I thought I … More What Do You Want?

Focusing on Addition

I just had a bit of an epiphany. I have often said that I struggle with MANY things–but my relationship with God is never one of them. I know He loves me. I know He is with me. I know He is for me. Regardless of my life circumstances. Period. I also know that is not the reality of … More Focusing on Addition

Stretching, bending, flowing …oh… and giving away free books

So, um, this is a picture of me (yes me) being interviewed on TV. To be honest, I wasn’t terribly thrilled about the prospect. I’ve always found it rather funny that I can pray for certain things, but then when God answers, somehow I manage to groan and complain about the way He answered.  It sounds incredibly … More Stretching, bending, flowing …oh… and giving away free books

Until I Know

As I’ve already shared, I’ve committed to posting a couple times a month over on the Live Brave blog. My first post over there was this short poem. I like to get my head around things in simple terms and I wrote that first poem to do just that. I wanted to answer the question … More Until I Know