Along the way, there are people who get lost in the hardships of life, becoming focused on what they’ve missed rather than on what God will do.  It's a tragedy when an individual is absorbed in it all, missing...

Hard Places

I walked by a woman I barely knew. She grabbed my arm, desperate for help, needing to be heard. She told her story of mounting bills, unemployment, the pain of a child with a drug addiction and her brother...
I can tell you first hand that worry impacts the way life is lived.  Worry is on the rise in our  stressed out-busy-pressured world.  A negative side to the advent of technology is how it conditions individuals to be...

On Our Way

The pace is relentless at times. It requires intention to stop and know our “why” of living to experience the joy of the miracle of life each day. Miracles are to be experienced and remembered. Miracles give hope in the...

Hurry

I regret saying “hurry” to my children.  They never were in a hurry . . . to get where we needed to go . . . it could be so frustrating.  But.  As they grew older, I regretted making...

The Win

When you get down to it, God is all about the win. God does not fail. God allows us to unleash the power within us to not just sustain but to excel.  The power is higher and greater than...

Skewed

We know media is not always accurate and often skews the reality of situations.  But.  We, too, skew our own reality by seeing with our past experiences, emotions, and mindset.  The thing is . . . when we’re unable...
Our passion and drive increases when we do what we are born to do.  The thing is . . . it takes courage and risk . . . to own what is ours to do.   It's amazing to...

Flat Line

Faith gives confidence. We fight for our faith in this world. When we give into the struggle of faith, letting it go, we move towards doubt and begin to flat-line. We need to be strong in our belief in the...

Live Rich

While gratefulness is an intentional exercise of living, it’ an act of freedom—living free of the power of our circumstances. The thing is . . . ingratitude is prevalent in this era . . . and is one of...