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When You Feel Like Giving Up

Do you ever have days when you just want to give up? Days when you just want to throw up your hands and say, “Forget this!” If so, you’re not alone. I’ve said it too. I’ve felt it too. William James said, “Most people never run far enough on their first wind to find out… Read More

Are You Ready to Take the Leap?

    I was sitting on the balcony of a condominium at the beach with my computer in my lap. It was time to write the conclusion for my book 5 Dreams of Every Woman: And How God Longs to Fulfill Them. And to be honest, I wasn’t sure how to end it. In the… Read More

A Little Something Bagger Vance Taught Me

  I was sitting in a darkened theater watching the movie Bagger Vance.  Now I know the theology wasn’t correct, but one scene caused tears to stream down my cheeks.  It was during a time when I was struggling with what God was calling me to do with my life. Here’s how the story goes:… Read More

When “Yes” Seems too Hard

Lisa was a party girl who partied every chance she could get. She was a bartender. A cocktail waitress. A fun-lovin’ girl without a care in the world…until the stick turned blue. Lisa had grown up in a Christian home and walked the aisle when she was eight-years-old. But in her twenties, Lisa put Jesus… Read More

A Sucker for Sin

I have often heard the phrase, “A picture paints a thousand words.” So today, instead of writing a thousand words, I’m just going to write a few. I’m going to let the picture do all the talking. A friend of mine from El Paso, Texas,  gave me this sucker as a souvenir from her hometown. It… Read More