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What Does It Mean to be Ready?

I love Moses. I can so relate to him. When Moses was forty years old, he struck out to save an entire Israelite nation from slavery…all by his lonesome. God hadn’t called him to do it. He just thought it was a good idea. As a result, he failed miserably and ran for his life… Read More

Trusting God to Lead the Dance

OK, now that’s a funny picture of me. I couldn’t figure out how to get the video to put a different one. Today I am recouperating from a red-eye flight home from Oregon where I spent three days speaking at a retreat for some AMAZING women, one day with my AMAZING agent, and one day… Read More

When Everything is Not “Just Fine”

  I can still remember the Saturday night rituals at my house when I was six-years-old.  My mother wound my sun-streaked ash blonde hair in what seemed like a hundred pink sponge rollers.  She’d swipe her middle and pointer fingers through the sticky jar of blue Dippidy-Do, slather it on a swatch of hair, and… Read More

Getting Out of God’s Way

  He ironed. I watched. I stood in the door frame of my guest room, watching my nephew, Jonathan, iron the wrinkles out of his crumpled shirt – the rumpled creases out of his crumpled heart. He ironed and talked. I watched and listened. Jonathan, my twenty-seven-year-old nephew, stopped by for a visit on his… Read More

What To Do With a Broken Dream

  I’ve been thinking about broken dreams lately. We’ve all got them. Just different ones. So what are you going to do with yours? Could it be that you are clinging tightly to the shards and refusing to let them go? Today, I simply want to share a poem. Just ponder these words and ask… Read More