Right now, even while you are working on becoming the best version of yourself, you are worthy to take up space in the places that God has called you to occupy.
God cares about your character, MORE than He cares about your success! Being faithful to your small beginning grows your character.
How are you taking care of yourself right now? I know there is A LOT going on outside of you that you can’t control, but you are responsible for what’s happening INSIDE of you.
“I’M TIRED OF RE-STARTING!!!!” –Me Have you ever found yourself back at the START-LINE when you should be getting closer … More
2020 has relentlessly delivered blow-after-blow, uprooting our comfort-infused constructs, and First-World conveniences, leaving us uncertain about tomorrow, and much less certain about our futures. With very limited places to go “safely” away from home, and few people to see outside of our own homes, we’ve learned to celebrate things like showering , combing our hair, putting clean clothes on, from the bottom up, slipping on shoes with soles, and eating food other than comfort snacks.
To bloom in chaos, you must resist the distractions that create it. To bloom in chaos, you must have the … More
Transition is the uncomfortable space between where / who, you were, and where/who you are hoping to be or become. The pain of transition can make us romanticize about what life was “before.”
I said I would not quit, and then I looked away. I said I would stay focused, and I dropped … More
Seasons of solitude are usually for the purpose of purging and rejuvenation. Isolation can be uncomfortable because we take pleasure in being resolute and sturdy. Wearing our seeming ability to “handle it all” as a badge of honor, we often hold on tight to things that deny us of our essential need for rest and replenishing. It takes boldness to release the unnecessary. But we must because we cannot Become who we were meant to be, while staying the same. We have to choose to release and trust.
I have only recently gained an appreciation for “Wilderness-like” seasons of isolation. Before I saw them as punishment, a “time out” of sorts for not meeting expectations, or for falling short.
However, I am learning that seasons of isolation are really seasons of “PROMOTION PREPARATION.” These are times