Relax and Reset I can’t believe it’s December! So much has been happening that I can barely keep up. I’m sure you feel similarly, especially with the Christmas season around the corner. As you’re getting ready to contend with snowfalls and snow storms, endless hours of holiday music blasting in the stores, and pushing past … Continue reading How’s Your Heart this Christmas?
CONTENTED or COMPLACENT? by Mary Akinwa Dear One, it’s good to have you with us today. Before I share what’s on my heart, I want to take time to appreciate you, yes YOU, for being a part of this story. Thank you. Today’s take is on contentment and complacence. My desire is that by the time … Continue reading CONTENTED or COMPLACENT?
I've been thinking a lot about what kinds of posts to add to the blog, and one topic that frequently comes to mind is how to deal with disappointment. Disappointment when our dreams don't turn out the way we expect, disappointment when we don't get that deal, contract, interview, or whatever. Disappointment that we aren't as … Continue reading Music Monday: “Background” – Lecrae feat C-Lite
Tearing Down High-Places, by Lela Markham In the Bible, many a man and a few women stumbled over idols in their pursuit to follow God and there were times in Israel’s history when God sent prophets to the nation to warn them to tear down the high places of Canaanite worship. I believe that these … Continue reading Tearing Down High-Places
I recently came across this thoughtfully written article about boundaries in our writing by Dan Balow, agent at THE STEVE LAUBE AGENCY. Click here to read the article. Everyone has an opinion on the topic. Is this appropriate to write about? Can I or should I write about...? Why shouldn't I push boundaries? Older generations/more conservative thinkers need open … Continue reading Repost: Creative Boundaries by Dan Balow