Measuring is Good for Projects, Not People. When we compare, we are only seeing what's on the outside, not the inside. Measuring ourselves limits are faith because God made each of us unique

Measuring is Good for Projects, Not People

Can I admit something? I’m really bad at using a measuring tape. My husband was a carpenter, and his tape measure was one of the most important tools on his tool belt. He can measure precisely, but if he asks me to help measure something, I need him to help…

My Stagnant Faith is My Fault

I’m the problem. In a host of messes, I can honestly say it starts with me. When I asked a handful of woman a couple weeks ago what they were struggling with, I got a lot of answers. Even though they were different answers, the overarching theme was the same.…

The Secret Tip When You’re Stuck on Yourself

A church was the last place I wanted to be when I was struggling with anxiety. Lots of people and close encounters overwhelmed me. Heaven forbid my bodily symptoms would become noticeable. What if I needed to quickly leave? I didn’t go for months. I had tunnel vision, and the tunnel…

The Bathroom Became My Sacred Ground. On this particular day, I had had enough. In desperation, I finally surrendered my white flag and admitted to God that I was done trying in my own strength. I couldn’t do it any longer. I drew my line right there on the bathroom floor. It was a checkmate between God and myself, no advancing was going to happen for me unless I relinquished my fight to Him

The Bathroom Became My Sacred Ground

The weather outside my bathroom window was stormy, windy and the snow was coming down. It was a weird February day because we were having a thunder snowstorm. It was gloomy outside, and the weather matched what my heart was feeling. I felt like the storm would never blow over…

Stepping Outside the House. Sometimes adding more to the schedule causes us to panic and feel overwhelmed.

Stepping Outside the House

Today I want to introduce my new friend, Sharon, she blogs over at “A Place called Home.” Sharon’s blog holds tips and secrets for busy moms. Pop over there and check it out! Here is Sharon’s angle on anxiety. Stepping Outside the House By: Sharon Schuler I don’t know about…

The Journey I Didn't Want to Take. We find ourselves in some hard seasons. Anxiety was my hard period. The journey almost break me, and I question if I could trek through it. Tips and Relief for the journey.

The Journey I Didn’t Want to Take

About two years ago, one of my boys started a sleep-walking journey. He would do it about four times a week. It always happened within an hour of him going to bed. We tried different things: oils, earlier bedtimes, later bedtimes, different snacks before bed, and supplements. Something would work…