Category Archives: Strong

One Reason I don’t Let Fear Stay

Maybe you can think of a dozen reasons that fear shouldn’t hang out at your house, but I can tell you one great, big, huge, hairy reason it can’t stay at my house.   Before I share this 1 reason you can’t let fear stay, let me tell you how I learned that lesson. I […]

A Door of Hope

None of us want to admit it, but when life seems to dump a million problems on us, we can get overwhelmed, anxious, fearful and even depressed. It’s hard to see through, get through or survive mentally and physically when hopelessness knocks on every door of our house. But God. Yes, you knew that was […]

Finding Strength

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Many retailers and manufacturers have adopted a “just in time” mentality in regards to inventory. Instead of stocking inventory, it is ordered and received right when it is needed. God does that. The truth is sometimes, strength arrives “just in time” too! I am a visual thinker. That means I almost always want to know […]

How to Live Strong

Be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might Ephesians 6:10

How to live Strong. Live Strong was etched in millions of happy, yellow elastic bands. If you tied it’s message to finding a cure for cancer, you probably still wear yours, but if you tied the mantra to Lance Armstrong it’s doubtful that you do. Lance Armstrong had it right when he published his mantra […]

I Wanna Hold Your Hand!

I was a proud mama when my daughter, Kimberly, graduated from Aveda Beauty Institute with the highest GPA in her class. Another honor was bestowed on her when her classmates voted for her to speak for them at graduation. Kimberly carefully prepared and practiced to hone her presentation. Ashlyn, her daughter, asked, “Are you nervous?” […]

Let Me Comfort You

I have wanted to gather your children together as a hen protects her chickens beneath her wings but you wouldn't let me.

Comfort You? Console. Comfort. Support. Quiet Well-being   There are beautiful pictures of being comforted all around us. He was headed to his garden when her clucks stopped his wide stride. He had frightened a turkey hen with her chicks that were feeding on the hillside. Motionless, he watched the chicks scurry under their mama’s wings. […]