The Cost Of Pioneering

By faith Abraham obeyed when he was called to go out to the place which he would receive as an inheritance. And he went out, not knowing where he was going.” Hebrews 11:8 NKJV

Abraham. Pioneer and forefather of our faith. I’ve been studying his life and journey more closely and I’ve been learning so many new things. Reading over passages I’d read before, but seeing them through a different light and having my eyes opened to new truths. Continue reading


Wilderness Seasons

Hi friends,

It’s been a while since I’ve written, but I’m so glad to be back! Last week I hit day 40 of a journey I felt the Lord invite me on a few weeks ago. It was a time of disconnecting, and a time where I simply followed Him. Into the quiet…and ultimately, into a place of what felt like total silence. Continue reading

Knowing When It’s Time To Let Go

Have you ever hung on to something far longer than you should have? I certainly have. There’s a tenaciousness about my spirit that serves me well when things get rough. I’m not one to easily give up on relationships, projects, goals, or solving problems. To me, obstacles are always a challenge accepted, and I love being able to break past them. But even though this is a strength I am thankful for, overused, that tenacity can also work against me. Especially if I can’t or won’t face the fact that maybe…just maybe….it’s time to let go. Continue reading

A Land Flowing With Milk and Honey

Before the children of Israel entered the Promise Land – the land flowing with milk and honey – God gave them manna in the wilderness. Manna, that had the FLAVOR of honey – it had the FLAVOR of what they would find FLOWING in the Promise land. But it wasn’t the promise land itself. It pointed to it – it carried a resemblance of it – the taste of it – but it was a constant reminder of what was yet to come. They had it in measure. But while on the journey, they didn’t experience it to the point of flowing….yet. Continue reading