OK… so I’m not really burning my bra, for very practical reasons, but when my friend, Rachel Britton, asked me a while back to write a guest post for her blog theme #BeBoldGirl that was my first thought; I’m Burning My Bra! One of the chapter titles in my new book, it describes my spiritual […]Read More
To “Tweet” or not to “Tweet”
In this culture, where social media and ministry go hand in hand, I find myself in a conundrum. Although I see the benefit of utilizing cultural mediums to share the gospel and encourage the Body of Christ, I am at war with myself at the worldly implications. I am on Twitter, but I have come […]Read More
A Mom Is A Mom!
Here it is, the week before Mother’s Day and I am, again, in a place of maternal reflection. However, this year is a little different. I went from being a grandma to three children to a grandma of five very quickly and, because of the circumstances, it has brought new emotions and thoughts to the […]Read More
Does This Outfit Make Me Look Fat?
It is a given that, for the most part, I write for women. It’s not that my thoughts are not relevant to men, it would benefit some to read my ramblings to, at least, give a glimpse in to the psyche of us women, and possibly, even help them to avoid common misunderstandings in their relationships. Why […]Read More
Ministry = Celebrity?: Not in God’s Book!
I have had the privilege of working with quite a few nationally known speakers and musicians in ministry over the past several years and have discovered something very disconcerting: Ministry and celebrity have apparently become synonymous in our culture and an entitlement attitude has infiltrated the Body of Christ. I am very disappointed and discouraged […]Read More
This may come as a shock but…
…people are not always who we think they are. Expectations and perceptions are interesting (and freaky)concepts we deal with in life. The reality is: a lot of our choices and behaviors are driven by the expectations and perceptions that others have of us. At the same time, our own expectations and perceptions of ourselves and […]Read More