You’re invited to a daily Instagram challenge! Join me for 7 days of prompts to help kick-start your writing habit in 2020. You don’t have to be a hope*writer – everyone is welcome to participate! Share about your writing journey and what you’d like to accomplish this year. How? Post photos on Instagram the
Being behind the scenes allows me to share not only what I’ve produced in the studio, but also allows me to highlight what someone else’s heart has been blooming about! I recently produced this podcast in the Nashville area for a sweet friend who loves wildflowers. Have you met her?
I just finished reading More for Mom, Living Your Whole and Holy Life, by Kristin Funston. In case you’re not familiar with the book, here’s the super short nugget about it: RESET YOUR SPIRITUAL AND EMOTIONAL HEALTH WITH THESE STEPS More for Mom will encourage women to stop believing the lie that
The podcast is available! I was a guest on the Brilliantly Brave Parenting Podcast. And it’s LIVE TODAY wherever you listen to podcasts! Instagram: @brilliantlybrave I’m super excited and a little nervous to share some Solo-Mom Truths of my own life with y’all! God is so generous. I surely never felt
I shall not want. I have everything I need. My Shepherd is so generous! This part of the first verse of Psalm 23 is so sweet. The realization of the fullness of the provision from God has become a daily declaration for me. I have EVERYTHING I need. Putting these
The Naked Marriage: Undressing the Truth about Sex, Intimacy and Lifelong Love By Dave Willis & Ashley Willis / XO Publishing My Lovey and I attended an amazing Marriage Conference this year. We bought this book, among other things. I loved the energy and transparency this couple shared on
Pumpkins are EVERYWHERE! I love them ALL! Looking at these reminded me that at some point, there was a seed planted. The ground was good. The environment was healthy for growth. The vines were fortified. Showers came and they were not washed away. Sunshine blazed down on them and their
When I joined the ranks of Single Parents, I was certain of a handful of things. Only a handful. One: My single parent home could not look like the other single parents’ homes I had seen. The children placed in my charge were going to become the Children of God