Where was Love?

The title of the article captured me: The Opposite of Addiction is Connection… What an interesting thought. I haven’t had time to read the article, but I intend to. Especially now, following the events of Sunday night. Just as hate cannot coexist with love. And after an event like this, we can’t help but wonder, where wasContinue reading “Where was Love?”

It’s a Process

In the field I work in, it is estimated that up to 67% of us experience high levels of burnout…something we can experience at any time in our careers, not just the later years. Combine my drive with perfection and my world-view that tells me to put everyone else above myself: I am a primeContinue reading “It’s a Process”

Walking Forward in Faith

You ever let fear hold you back from something – something you know you want to do, maybe even something you know you’d be good at. I’m there right now. There is a career move, job experience I would like to get.  One that people have been telling me they could see me in sinceContinue reading “Walking Forward in Faith”

Breaking the Habit Cycle

Time for some real talk… Back in September, I was diagnosed gluten sensitive. After nearly 2 years of not knowing what was wrong – I have an answer. (One I don’t like, but an answer). So, for more than 6 months, I’ve known the biggest cause of my stomach woes. Yet, I keep in thisContinue reading “Breaking the Habit Cycle”

Ah, Back to Ireland.

2013 was the last time I got the opportunity to visit Ireland. I have been twice for ministry opportunities. Now, I have the opportunity to return this July. I.Am.So.Excited. Each time I go there, I fall more & more in love: with the place, the people, and spreading the Love of God across the ocean.Continue reading “Ah, Back to Ireland.”

I Carry It All

In the back of my Bible are 2 very special pages; my war-room. Actually, I got the idea from The Sacred Echo by Margaret Feinberg.  It’s two facing pages that I keep prayer requests & prayer prompts on. Many just names, or names & ways to pray for them.  Scrawled in the middle of one of thoseContinue reading “I Carry It All”