Speak to that mountain that is keeping you up tonight.
It is positioned to block the Light, making you feel that it stands in the way of God being able to reach or rescue you. … More Late Night Series – The Mountains are Listening
In a technology saturated world, there is no shortage of reels, shorts, tweets, and photos to ingest. Subconsciously filling your mental rolodex with everyone’s happenings as you scroll, sincere contentment with your own life seems to fizzle. You close the app and put your phone down, but the rolodex keeps on, well, rolling. Along with … More Late Night Series – Sincere Contentment
Are you struggling with hopping off the treadmill? Finding it difficult to shut off compulsive thinking or planning? Does it seem like every moment for resting is hijacked by some reminder, notification, or pull toward doing, doing, doing? You’re NOT alone! When hopping off the treadmill fills your chest with anxiety, think on this: repetitive … More Late Night Series – 6 Steps to Hopping off the Treadmill
When our bodies fail, the days aren’t easy, and many people don’t understand the full extent of what it’s like living with illness, disease, and or chronic pain. This battle of the flesh has impacted and even limited your daily ability to function. Not only do we carry the physical pain when our bodies fail, … More Late Night Series – When Bodies Fail
When I started as a mom, I was still stuck on the unattainable ideals of perfectionism. I needed to have things in order all the time, my lists checked off, my plans followed. However, I soon learned that I needed to lean into God’s plan for my life, and that I needed to listen and obey it. I learned that I did not need to listen to every opinion thrown at me or the ever-changing fads of the world. … More For the Moms – Treasure in Jars of Clay w/ Jen Kosuda
In my mind, I had to do it all, I had to be the end all and I had to know it all. And it was great, for a time. But it was very unrealistic. When my daughter was born and I tried to maintain the delicate balance of home manager while also maintaining my holding in the workplace as a specialized dentist, my carefully crafted balancing act began to crumble. … More For the Moms – Treasure in Jars of Clay w/ Dr. Ashley Nicole
However, as time went on I realized that my marriage was suffering because we did not spend much time alone together. After I realized that our marriage was not healthy, we made sure that we got to go out at least once a month. As things changed due to COVID, once the kids went to sleep we would have Netflix nights. … More For the Moms – “Bold & Brave” with Tamara South