Warrior

Yesterday was the last day of April, which meant it was the last day of "Restoration" being my monthly word. I had decided I wasn't going to put time limits on my words for the time being, since I don't have set ones planned out right now. And I wanted to ensure that if I [...]

Seasons – Winter

Like the frost on a rose Winter comes for us all Oh how nature acquaints us With the nature of patience Like a seed in the snow I’ve been buried to grow For Your promise is loyal From seed to sequoia I know Though the winter is long  Even richer the harvest it brings Though [...]

Jericho Prayers

I realized that I talk about my Jericho Prayers as if everyone knows exactly what I'm talking about. So I figured I'd explain what Jericho Prayers really are, and why I think they're so powerful [and why I think you should write your own Jericho Prayers too]. Jericho Prayers came from Mark Batterson's book "The [...]

An unmarried woman

[1 Corinthians 7:34] An unmarried woman is concerned about the Lord's affairs: Her aim is to be devoted to the Lord in both body and spirit. Singleness is such a precious season. And not just singleness, but intentional singleness. Singleness that isn’t focused on when the season will end and playing all the “what if” [...]

Restoration: Drop your stone

I started this thing a few years back where I give myself one word per month to focus on. It helps make my transformation and walk to look more like Christ, not seem as overwhelming. If I give myself one characteristic/word to pray over every month, it helps fix my eyes on Jesus through a [...]

I put your idols to death

Today I was looking through the notes on my phone, and I was reminded of why I love writing everything down and documenting everything. Because you never know when the prayers you forgot you prayed, will be answered, or mean so much more than they did initially. April 9, 2017 - words I felt the [...]

Living in the waiting

Lately I've been thinking about what I'd want to say to my daughter as she waited for her husband. What I'd want her to know or learn. How I'd hope she'd live her life, not wasting away, but living fully. So I started to write her a letter. But this letter can be for all [...]