Happy Thanksgiving!

Hey Friends, I just wanted to wish you all an early Happy Thanksgiving!  I snapped a few photos of my Thanksgiving tables and wanted to share them with you before all of the craziness ensures […]

Choosing to be Thankful & Sowing A Pocketful of Seeds

“Gratitude can transform common days into Thanksgivings” – William Arthur Ward I am busy preparing my home for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. If you are in need of inspiration and a few tips to help […]

Adored Devotional Review & Giveaway

Do you ever struggle to feel loved? I know I have, whether it is my own insecurity or guilt that plagues me as young women I struggled to feel loved by God. Maybe you know […]

But God

Have you ever received a compliment, only to feel slighted by the but that follows? But can be an eraser word. Let me give you an example of what I mean. I love this pasta dish you […]

Grit on the Grid Iron

Have you seen the show American grit?  My husband loves the show, and we watch it together. John Cena is the host of the show and men and women from all walks of life go […]

Building a Wall

Last week at The Declare Conference I learned a ton and made lots of new friends. I look forward to sharing some insights from The Declare Conference with you soon. Until then, I am delighted […]

You Were Meant For More

Do you know that you are beautiful and created for a purpose? Fearfully and wonderfully created in the image of Almighty God and positioned on this earth for such a time as this to do the […]

Praying In Faith When The Answer Is Impossible

How do I pray in faith when the answer looks impossible?

Loved Baby

From the moment I held my copy of Loved Baby in my hands, I knew this was an extraordinary book! A wellspring of life-giving words for the weary grieving Mother.  Today I am excited to […]

Lessons from Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey ravaged the lives of millions as it swept through Houston recently. Many peoples homes across the gulf coast region were flooded. Some had a few inches of water in their homes, and others had […]