Listening to your mother

When I was pregnant with my son, I was working at a company located about an hour away from where I was living. I would sit in the car and sing along to the radio, secure in the fact that my son was the only one who could hear me and he wouldn't judge me for being out of tune....more

Tell Your Story With BlogHer's April Writing Lab

So what is the BlogHer Writing Lab theme this month? ...more

Why Not You, Why Not Now?

One of the reasons my heart beats fast when I think about telling stories is that we all have one. We all have a story to tell. We all are individually unique, yet we are created by the same God. We are loved all the same. While my story may look drastically different from your story…both are in need of being told and just plain spoken. Whether you speak your heart to a friend over coffee or blog about it on a site like this one…it’s meant to be told. Your story and my story are woven together into one big story....more

Share Your Story

“It’s not just your story”…....more

Growing Up is a link to my latest post on Growing Up.I am now posting it in a continuing series on Wednesdays on my Blog which is me know what you think....more

Broken & Beautiful

I have always been ashamed of telling my story. Let me restate that. I USED to be ashamed of telling my story. Recently, I’ve felt God molding me and coaxing me out of that unreasonable fear....more

Journeying With Jesus

How you met Jesus is always the most beautiful story, no matter how it began. You see, God is after us before we ever even make our entrance into this world. Whether we know it or choose not to open our eyes to it, we are the most loved we will ever be before we could even hold our head up. There is nothing we can do to earn God's love or His favor. We already have it....more