Frustrations. Looking at them with a NEW attitude.

Could your frustration be a divine setup

What do you do when things don’t happen the way you wanted them? We can make some great plans, but sometimes they just don’t work out… Sometimes the plans change and you’re forced to take a detour! Let me tell you about one of my detours. Not another detour! All three lanes on the interstate […]

What does it mean to follow Jesus?

When Jesus said follow me, He was talking to you too. God told the Israelites in Joshua 3 to follow the Ark of the Covenant because they had never been where God was taking them.  You have never been where you are right now before. You have never been where you are going before…so you […]

How can you experience God’s heart for your year?

What is in God’s heart for your year? Are you excited about your goals for 2020? Did you write them down with a mindset that embraces Jeremiah 29:11 NIV For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope […]

See Beyond What You Can See.

What do I mean by saying “See beyond what you can see”? Did you start your new year off with a “theme word or phrase”?Everywhere I turn people have selected words related to vision for 2020 since 20/20 eyesight means you have perfect vision. But no-one seems more excited about the idea of 20/20 Vision […]

Out of the Darkness

Jesus shines in the darkness

Have you ever experienced the darkness? I mean REALLY dark darkness! I’m talking darkness beyond: the eerie darkness of a campsite deep in the woods on a moonless night; the frighting darkness that comes during  a hurricane; when the power goes out and all the windows are board up. or the paralyzing darkness of fear. […]

How do you keep believing when it looks impossible?

Keep Believing   Luke 1 shares 3 core beliefs that are essential to help you keep believing when your prayers don’t happen as soon as you want them to happen. I want to give you a download of these 3 core beliefs as a reminder. You’ll find the link at the bottom of this blog. […]