Gather Your People

September 12, 2014

I’m hearing from many of you who are starting your fall Bible studies.  You have me giddy and praying! It brings me such joy to be a part of all of your ministries and obedience in your places.

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I love building tools to equip you, who are doing the real brave work of leading and pouring into people. I read Beth’s post about this Keep Reading...

My Husband “Left the Ministry”

September 2, 2014

Like every human, I guess, Zac wanted a booming voice from the sky as it came time to choose his path. After years of waiting for the voice that wasn’t coming, he looked up and realized he was already doing what he loved, what came so easily.

He loves God and gives Him away.

Sometimes that looked like coaching, sometimes it looked like teaching, sometimes it looked like a bunch of kids on our couch, sometimes it looked like Bible Keep Reading...

To My White People

August 20, 2014

“You don’t hear me!”

Nothing yields panic like realizing you have no voice.

Once every word has been spoken, shouted, and no one hears. The panic sets in.

I won’t claim to know much about the world, especially right now. The news feels like the worst kind of apocalyptic movie. And with almost all of it- there is nothing to do but stare and pray and hold our people tighter.

But Ferguson.

I am white. My son is black. If Keep Reading...

Permission To Be Broken

August 7, 2014

In the three years that Cooper has been home, he has been sick all of three times. This week I was reminded of this post. I hope it encourages you and perhaps you could let down your guard and enjoy grace in some greater way this week.

Cooper is on the mend and tomorrow we celebrate his birthday. He’s seven years old! So it’s a whole week of spoiling him rotten.

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