My friends and family stay on me to make sure that I don't take on too much. Because I LOVE to use my spiritual gifts to glorify the Lord. And I like to do it in all kinds of ways. I figure, if He's called me to do something, He'll give me the desire, opportunity, … Continue reading God often uses what we’re good at to guide us into what we do next.
My Sunday mornings are cray cray. Like, seriously. This season of life has brought me "slower" weeks and VERY busy weekends. I spend most Saturdays on my seminary's campus in class or out and about volunteering. And of course, I spend time with family and friends. Sundays though take the cake. On Sundays, I do … Continue reading People don’t grow where they are planted, they grow where they are loved.
These three. They crack me up. And so does this photo. It took them a while to get to this place....where they would all hang out together, play and just well, act silly. Bevo, Mia and my Brisket spent pretty much all summer together at Bevo's house while Mia's mom took care of them. At … Continue reading Growing in God’s Word
There is a HUGE hole in the family structure. Men have disappeared and are not fathering their children. So..... boys aren't being taught to be men, by men. They are being taught to be men by women. (And, girls aren't being taught by their fathers to be women.) And, as much as I love women … Continue reading Filling the hole in the family structure
The past two months, I've been working on a new business venture. It has COMPLETELY consumed my life. And pretty much the lives of all of 'my people'. Especially my dad. That new business venture? AirBnB. Yep, I jumped on the bandwagon. Bought a house in the cutest little neighborhood a mile from uptown and … Continue reading Impact of stable caring adult: Help a child develop resilience, confidence and problem solving techniques
A few years ago I had the opportunity to travel to Kabul to work with some of the most talented colleagues that I've ever had the honor to work with. We trained government and private sector leaders on stakeholder mapping and helped them develop an advocacy plan to improve the health of the country. I had … Continue reading Start with the basics…physical and emotional safety are paramount
I'm exhausted because well, kids. I took a break from writing because well, kids. My house is a mess because well, kids (and the dog.....oh man, y'all the dog...he pooped on my white shag carpet last night, and then again this morning. YUCK.). And, y'all.....in case you missed it.....I don't have kids (the poopy dog … Continue reading Infusing the Next Generation with the Hope of Christ