Christmas, Journey To Bethlehem

Journey to Bethlehem: O Come All Ye Faithful

And so it begins. Do you feel like Christmas has snuck up on us? I sure do. I’m having a hard time believing we start December in just a few days. Thanksgiving was just last week as it seems like it was yesterday. Even as I look at my office right now, I see gifts… Continue reading Journey to Bethlehem: O Come All Ye Faithful

Goals

Goal Setting Part 2: Declaring Your End Point and Needed Resources

Determining what you’re going to need to conquer your goals is a critical and often missed step in goal setting.Okay, so it’s a critical step I missed. Often. But I discovered something amazing…when I spent a little time determining what I needed or was missing to reach my goals, I was much, much more successful.… Continue reading Goal Setting Part 2: Declaring Your End Point and Needed Resources

Goals, Reflect, Your Purpose

Goal Setting: Determining Home Base

*A quick P.S.A. announcement:I recently became an Amazon affiliate to offset my writing costs. So the next time you shop on Amazon, use my link, first! This is a win-win because It’s ABSOLUTELY FREE for you Supports this blog and ministry by providing a commission on everything you purchase (The Amazon link is also on… Continue reading Goal Setting: Determining Home Base

Jesus in Everyday Life, My Publishing Journey, Trusting God, Waiting Well

Waiting Well–When the Answer Comes

It was Halloween. I was at my chiropractor’s office and my phone vibrated, signaling an email delivery to my author account. It was an email from Kathleen Kerr from Harvest House Publishers… After a long time of Waiting Well, my answer arrived… My stomach was in knots. The back of my neck was hot and… Continue reading Waiting Well–When the Answer Comes

Jesus in Everyday Life, My Publishing Journey, My Story, Waiting Well

Waiting Well–Be Still

Being still is not my strong suit. Waiting and patience… …even less so. As I write this, I’m walking on my treadmill instead of sitting at my desk. I’ve learned the hard way, when I sit too long I get fidgety and bored and distraction snaps at my heels. So I walk to help maintain… Continue reading Waiting Well–Be Still