I waited to share a word that I believe God gave me in Scripture a few months ago because I was scared. One of the benefits to reading through the Bible in a year--is anticipating which Scripture verse God might speak to me. Through each page, chapter and verse--the Holy Spirit illuminates the voice of God and His Truths. 2 Timothy 3:16-17 says, "All Scripture is breathed out by God and … [Read more...] about I am woman hear me war!
[Guest Post - Caite Balderas and I never met in CA although we had mutual friends. It wasn't until we were both living in Austin that we met during those few months Marc and I were there. Crazy how our paths crossed, and that God used me in her life! Read her amazing story below. I love her courage to write her dreams and share them with the world.] About two years ago my mind started spinning … [Read more...] about Obsessing Over God’s Plan
I have some exciting news about Devotional Diva! Almost two years ago, I made the bold decision to shut down Devotional Diva to pursue God's leading. Before I sent out the blog announcing it was ending, I wished someone would step forward and request to take it over. Well. I got an email from Maggie Winterton letting me know her proudest moment was sharing her story of acquaintance rape on … [Read more...] about The New Devotional Diva
This weekend, I had the opportunity to travel back to California. I hadn't been home since we moved last February to Texas. I was incredibly blessed to be there for the release of my client, Lisa K. Spivey's new book Big Girls DO Cry. She worked hard last year to put her heart on paper, and I am so proud of her. Enjoy this except from her book that released on Valentine's Day. Please purchase … [Read more...] about Big Girls DO Cry
I am grateful to God for helping me stand firm in this season of transition. After an encounter with God, He led me to more than one promise in Scripture to stand on during my difficult transition from Austin to Houston. Moving alone is challenging without the pressures of perfection of the Christmas season! At least four times this past week, God pointed out various Scriptures with the word … [Read more...] about 4 Ways to Stand Firm
"You can't be Beth Moore. She already exists," said Dr. Jackie Roese in Lime Green: Reshaping Our View of Women in the Church. I appreciated the opportunity to read and review Lime Green on my blog because the role—and color—of women is something I struggle with. Dr. Jackie writes, "How can one color (or one gender with a list of characteristics attributed to that gender) possibly express all of … [Read more...] about You can’t be Beth Moore