If you are dealing with coronavirus fear or anxiety, or loss during these uncertain times, you can find a lifeline here. I’m sharing practical ways you can combat and overcome any feelings of defeat. You can implement them today, right now, and start feeling better at home.
This is a story of victory. It’s a story of hope and redemption… it’s part of my own personal journey to freedom. And far more importantly, it’s an exposé on the lies of the devil and the plots he uses to try and trip us up. Learn how to overcome paralyzing fear and develop powerhouse faith.
More than sharing the specifics of my own God-given dreams and purpose, today I am much more interested in yours. And making sure you discover it.
Practical steps to partner with God as you heal from your hurts.
Today I need to be totally vulnerable with you. I’ve worked really hard on myself for a long time, and I’ve made INCREDIBLE progress. Seriously. I am NOT who I used to be and I’m proud of the work I’ve done. I can genuinely say that I love the woman I have become. But there’s still a part of me that isn’t healed yet. In fact, by the looks of things, I’m nowhere near where I need to be. Maybe you can relate.
I can’t tell you how desperately I wish we had the time and proximity to sit down for coffee together. There is so much I want to hear from you and so much I need to say.
We all have wounds that we’ve carried since the earliest years of our lives. Even when we have a wonderful childhood with loving parents, there are areas of our hearts that get pierced. Until we learn from God Himself how to bring these hurts to His throne AND we choose to let Him have them—they can only become infected.
I have a tendency to be a perfectionist. When it comes to work, hospitality, marriage, parenting, my faith, my relationships… I just want to get everything right. (Yes, I realize this is impossible. But it doesn’t always stop me from trying.)
I used to believe that if I shared the truth of my heart— people would judge me, ignore my pain, get annoyed at the inconvenience, or all three. Putting on a happy face was easier than trying to keep it together enough to ensure only a manageable amount of realness came out at once.