Overthinking is universal and common. Add in health issues and it can get magnified quickly. Our KING gets minimized at the end of "overthinking." All the chatter in our head gets louder and that makes our KING smaller, in our minds. We all have caught ourselves getting lost in our heads, sometimes with perfectionism, rumination, … Continue reading OverthinKING Minimizes Our King
Seeing God's favor and abundance, no matter what, even during a pandemic.
When I cannot walk ON water, I walk through it. God divides it, makes a path and I walk it out. God did it for Elijah and Elisha so why couldn't He do it for us? He has, He is, let's go... We all remember that God parted the sea for Moses and they walked … Continue reading Divide the Water and Walk It Out
Do you have a cliff right in front of you and another to your back? Do you feel stuck not knowing which way to turn? Are the obstacles too big for you to overcome? Life is hard enough with chronic illness, then add a pandemic, a job loss and grumpy people and the obstacles are … Continue reading Climb Up in Faith
No, don't just say yes, DO yes!! With faith comes action. Pick up your mat and walk this out... As a health coach, I listen to more moaning, whining, groaning and complaining than what is reasonable. Most of it is legit. There is good reason to moan groan whine and complain. But at some point … Continue reading Do You Want To Get Well?
I love the feel of wind. I love the thought of it catching under my wings and lifting me above the chaos of this world. I love the refuge I find in God's word, rising me above and away from the darkness. I love our King of Kings, King of all winds. Be joyful in … Continue reading Our King of Winds
Has anyone adapted to the pandemic yet? Probably not. It is such an unusual situation. As people are losing their jobs from the economic chaos, financial adaptation can hit people hard. Are we going to get knocked off our rockers or adapt? Growing Pains Ouch, losing a job during a pandemic is rough, no doubt. … Continue reading Financially Adapting to Pandemic
This time I am talking about MY life after death day. Yes, this anniversary comes right after Easter and I do not think that is a coincidence at all. MY life-day is about my hope and my will to live in a life-threatening body breaking health crisis. That is an understatement. I should not be … Continue reading My Life After Death Day, Not About Jesus Yet All About Him
Celebrating life. Jesus lives, He is not dead. He shines brightly. Do we choose to see the light of Christ? This year we celebrate Easter during a pandemic, how wildly symbolic is that?? We have been bombarded by talk, and the brutal reality, of death by the CoronaVirus and COVID-19. It is hard to escape … Continue reading Happy Resurrection Day
Isn't there plenty of anxiety right now with the pandemic? Even if we are not involved in the hysteria, it is looming in the air around the globe. Why can't we just simply use a little kindness to combat it? Anxiety weighs down the heart, but a kind word cheers it up.~ Proverbs 12:25 NIV … Continue reading Anxiety or Kindness