Last year, I started a ministry for single Christian women. I saw that this is a large population, but it did not seem that there was much which focused on their unique needs. So far, there has been much success in creating deep friendships based on Christ and educating and encouraging women on their life... Continue Reading →
There was a time not too long ago when I was restless, having struggles with what was happening in my life. Then it hit me: this season is what I prayed for! Months before, I had been desperately praying for a change of season in my life. And here it was, exactly what I prayed... Continue Reading →
2019 has just a few hours left. I tend to go into a reflective mode at the end of the year. I've journaled and processed the happenings and the triumph of God in my life in 2019. I've written down my hopes and dreams for 2020. Now, I'm set for the year to begin. Rarely... Continue Reading →
This year has been an incredible year for me! There has been so much transformation in my life in the past 1-2 years. I'm amazed, looking back on all that has transpired. Thank You, Holy Spirit! This year, the Lord has been clear about a new direction to take in my life. It's been a... Continue Reading →
Wherever you go, you are leaving a wake in your midst. What kind of a wake is it? You know what I'm talking about. There are times when we leave the presence of someone and feel a deep peace and happiness. We felt loved and encouraged by the interaction. We hope to spend more time... Continue Reading →
I first posted this two years ago. I believe that there are still many people in this type of season in their lives. Your “investments” could be in your career, waiting for a spouse, trying to conceive or adopt a child, buying a house, your spiritual life, and more. Wherever you are “investing” right now, take heart and know that the Lord hears the cry of your heart! He sees how much you have been investing. This season will pay off, here and in eternity!
Currently my life is in a season of pruning, and what I am also learning to refer to
as “investment.” Investing is painful. It involves risk. Investing requires giving up something in hopes of a greater return down the road. At the very outset, it requires some sort of sacrifice. It may be a very long time before you see any gain or fruit from that sacrifice. For example, investing money is painful. The money is placed into an account where it cannot be touched until a certain point. The goal is that the amount of money will grow. But what if an emergency arises and you need that money? Painful, and risky. Other forms of investment are financing a wedding, buying a house, starting a business, or investing in an education. These are different types of investment that we hope will bear fruit in some way.
An investment that we…
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I've written before about moments. When you think about it, it's moments that add up to create a life! There are sometimes moments that stick out brightly to me. They are almost moments where Heaven seems to meet earth, and there is a quick glimpse of a spiritual reality in the physical. Recently, I witnessed one... Continue Reading →
When I was a little girl, I imagined being a mother in the biological sense. Back then, being a mother meant getting pregnant, giving birth, and raising that little human to adulthood. That is the type of motherhood which most of us envision when speaking of motherhood. However, there is another form of motherhood which... Continue Reading →
"You have a purpose right where you are." The speaker spoke with conviction and seemed to look directly at me. "Bloom where you are." His words sank in, and I knew the Lord was speaking to me. There were times at that point when I had second thoughts about where I was, and thought that... Continue Reading →