The other day I was reading 1 Kings 14:1-20. King Jeroboam’s son was ill so he was sending his wife to the prophet Ahijah to find out if he was going to be OK. He told her not to let the prophet know who she was, probably so Ahijah wouldn’t be tempted to skew his prophecy for the King’s wife. Yet before she even got there, the Lord told Ahijah she was coming, who she was, and what to say. What took place in that meeting got me thinking about holiness in our generation. Continue reading →
Many years ago Pierre and I would travel hundreds of miles to attend spiritual conferences, completely deflated and desperate for inspiration. It would take a few hours, or even an entire day plus, but eventually we’d get into the spirit of what they were saying and start to feel hope again. By the time we’d leave the conference, we’d feel elated, ready to take on the world. The buildup would somewhat dissipate on our way home, but we’d still carry the vast bulk of it with us. Then the P.I.N.S. would come. Continue reading →
Several months ago I wrote An Open Letter to Sugar and we had quite a public breakup. However, like many toxic relationships, I was lured back into ties with the substance and we continued our torrid love affair. Things were good between us, until a friend sent me this New York Times article the other day and once again I felt betrayed. Not only is sugar as bad for you as we all know, but it’s actually worse. Way worse.
I’m in the midst of a 30-Day Challenge to develop a lifelong daily writing habit. Today is Day 13, and I’m having major writer’s block. I told Pierre and he remarked that there’s plenty of content I could derive from my full day. Nothing in particular inspired me to write – but as a whole, my day kinda rocked. So here’s a day in the life of a homeschooling mommy. Continue reading →
As many of you know from a previous post, I’ve just become a distributor of Young Living, offering wholesale memberships for the best essential oils on the market. A group of us are going through a business bootcamp and today’s audio teaching was based on John Maxwell’s book, “Put Your Dream to the Test: 10 Questions to Help You See It and Seize It“. John believes that in order to achieve our dreams, we need to ask ourselves these 10 questions… Continue reading →