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Enabling Your Mission

Enabling Your Mission

Friends, this is a critical moment in your journey to discern your place in God’s Kingdom and what He might be asking of you. It’s important to slow down here and really consider who is directing you. Are you inviting the Holy Spirit to guide you? I pray you do. This one enabler of your faith will dramatically change your ability to go forward confidently…even if not entirely unafraid. We remain human, of course, but we are empowered if only we choose to accept and engage our Holy Spirit advocate.

His Plans Are Always Better

His Plans Are Always Better

This journey has been a process. It has been hard and I have had to let go of plans, expectations, and comforts. I am here today because I keep calling on Him for where to place my next step. The process is much harder when I try to do it alone and if I have learned anything, it is to always run towards Him because even in the hurt, heartache, and adversity, He always knows. That is what has kept Imani (which means faith in Swahili) alive; always faithfully following him even if it involves no power and many bug stories along the way.

Finding Our Place in His Kingdom /Part 3/

Finding Our Place in His Kingdom /Part 3/

Jesus came to give us an abundant life because that’s part of God’s plan for us. But just as Jesus had to die before He could rise from death, we must also die to sin before we can step up into our place in His Kingdom; into the plans He has for us. But what does that really mean? And, if Jesus defeated sin, why does it really matter?

Finding Our Place in His Kingdom /Part 1/

Finding Our Place in His Kingdom /Part 1/

Each of us was made in the image of God. It’s an important detail shared with us in the very first chapter of the Bible; so important that God felt the need to say it five times over the course of just two verses of scripture. God wanted us to know we are made like Him. He wanted us to understand because this one aspect of our being speaks volumes about our God-given human nature. God made us to create as He created; to do good works with the resources He provides and to rule over those resources and put them to use for His glory.

Reflections on Motherhood

Reflections on Motherhood

The lessons are different every day, and yet the themes are constant. I hope you enjoy this collection of reflections on the importance of mothers but also on the life-altering, mindset shifting, all at once wonderful and incredibly challenging blessing of motherhood.

The truth that changes everything.

The truth that changes everything.

“On that day, you will know that I am in my Father, and you are in me, and I am in you.” John 14:20 I will forever remember the first time I really began to understand this scripture. My sister had suggested that I might need a mini retreat. I don’t recall the details...

How to host people as a Mary

How to host people as a Mary

If Mary had you as her dinner guest, I wonder what the experience would be like? I bet she would allow messes to happen and be okay with a chaotic kitchen so that rather than cleaning up messes she could focus on spending time at the table caring intentionally for the...

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