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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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Celebrating How Gratitude Broke the Chains of Perfectionism

To the rest of the world, I was optimistic, the glass-half-full type of person. To me and mine, I was critical, honing in on what was wrong. I didn’t try to be this way…. I just was. Regretfully so! Which made me try all the harder to STOP being like this. No matter how much […]

4 Lessons Learned About Giving Thanks as Jesus Did

The Opportunity When I read a passage of Scripture and the Holy Spirit applies it to my life, it sinks deep into my soul, satisfying as little else can. I feel as if I am sitting at Jesus’ feet like Mary did in Luke 10:39,  learning from Him first-hand. He is revealing Himself to me […]

Why I Need to Change

The Downside of an Asset I remember coming to the realization in my twenties that I was a know-it-all.  Actually, I come from a long line of people “in the know”. 😏 Taking charge, making decisions, or sizing up problems comes naturally. What doesn’t come as easily is humility. For that matter, neither does change. […]

How We Can Rejoice Before We Feel “Relief”

The Slippery Slope of Hopelessness You know the moments….. when all you can see in front of you are the impossibilities. What won’t work is glaringly obvious while what may work isn’t even on the horizon. The “needs” outweigh more than the just the resources, they overshadow any potential. Hopelessness begins to settle in, driving […]