{live for an audience of One}

God designed each of us so uniquely and wonderfully for a relationship with Him. We need to stop banging ourselves up when our walk with the Lord doesn’t measure up to how others live out their Christian lives.  Don’t be a cookie-cutter Christian. Stop comparing yourself to other Christians. Ditch the comparison trap and learn to live for an audience of One!

This Control Freak Reads Her Bible

You know, even though I didn’t make resolutions this year, I thought about kicking off the New Year right and finishing a big project that I’ve been avoiding the past couple months. But then I had the overwhelming desire to clean my bathroom (crazy, I know), check Facebook (not shocking) and start a bathroom renovation …

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Today You Have A Choice

Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths. (Proverbs 3:5-6) God has burned the above bible verse into my heart this year. When we found out that our desire to have kids naturally had …

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Cherish The Ordinary

Most days my life is anything but glamorous. And I often feel discontent.  Time for an attitude adjustment! It was just another ordinary day. The alarm went off. I did some early am bible study, half groggy, with copious amounts of coffee. I scribbled in my prayer journal. No exciting revelations. I went to work. …

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Living Life In The Real World

Facebook has been a major distraction to me over recent years. You too? It started out as a fun tool. Perfect for staying in touch with friends and loved ones. But it quickly became a way to keep me from the necessary, but mundane things in life. Pleasant distractions can quickly into bad habits! I don’t …

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The Hissy Fit From West Virginia

Do you ever have those moments, days, ok, entire weeks, where you just feel so exhausted and completely overwhelmed? Ever get super worked up about an issue that, after a little post-meltdown reflection, seems totally insignificant? Been there? Me too! I’ve been having one of those weeks, a set of weeks actually, where the silliest …

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