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Following Hard for All that He is

"Following hard" describes the most glorious journey you can have in this life! King David’s words in Psalm 63:8—"My soul follows hard after thee"—reflects what it means to have a relationship with God that thrills the soul, no matter what life throws at you. I’m glad you’re here and pray you will find fresh hope and encouragement for your journey. Join me as we “follow hard” for all that He is!

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Relational Turmoil- How to Find Healing in the Midst of Unresolved Conflict

The Elephant in the Room There’s no denying it and unfortunately, there’s no avoiding it. No matter how hard you try, a relationship can become so contentious that there seems no avenue for resolution. Whether it is with a spouse, child, sibling, parent, in-law, or neighbor, the conflict can become unmanageable when one or more […]

Letting Go to Follow Hard

  Do you ever find yourself “stuck” in the past? Unable to let go of emotions from previous traumatic experiences?  I know I have and so have many others, including some of my friends from “Sweet to the Soul” ministries. Can you relate to Jana Kennedy Spicer describing her temptation? “Too often we carry our […]

“Love Worth Finding” and More!

  MINISTRY HIGHLIGHTS What a privilege it was recently to join Melanie Redd of “Love Worth Finding Ministry”, founded by the beloved pastor Adrian Rogers. Melanie is their virtual women’s ministry director for “Women Living Courageously”. Their mission is “to point women back to Jesus, our extraordinary God. Weekly, daily, hourly, minute by minute, we […]

The Profit that Outweighs the Cost

What To Do That Will Crumble a Ministry But Build a Kingdom There are many ways to build a ministry and just as many to tear them down. It’s obvious that Jesus wasn’t interested in growing His following as much as He was in making disciples. These two goals appear to be mutually exclusive from […]