Jesus in Everyday Life, This Week's Memory Verse

My Verse(s) this week: Psalms 30:5; Psalm 51:12

All through my season of depression and my current season of refinement and deep purpose I keep telling myself, “Choose joy, Cheyenne. Choose joy!” I tell myself over and over that Joy is a choice NOT a feeling Joy is a quality of the fruit of the Spirit not an emotion. Psalms 30:5 keeps rolling… Continue reading My Verse(s) this week: Psalms 30:5; Psalm 51:12

This Week's Memory Verse

This Week’s Verse: Psalm103:15-16–Our Time Here MATTERS!

Our time on this planet is fleeting, but it MATTERS! Spring is here! Fruit trees are in full blossom. Flowers are bursting from the ground with their vivid colors. The lilacs are starting to open their heavily scented inflorescences. I. LOVE. IT! This is by far my favorite season. Regrowth. Rebirth. Rejuvenation. Bright, bold colors… Continue reading This Week’s Verse: Psalm103:15-16–Our Time Here MATTERS!

Forgiveness, Jesus in Everyday Life, My 15 Minutes, Repent

My 15 Minutes: I Have a Question For You (Genesis 3)

From my office, I can hear them. Tromping and clomping. Stomping and slinking. Racing and plodding. The not-so-little feet of my boys. I know who’s moving about by the sound of his footfalls. They’re so familiar to me. So intimate. The cadence of their steps is part of my life’s music. And it squeezes my… Continue reading My 15 Minutes: I Have a Question For You (Genesis 3)

My Story, Prayer, This Week's Memory Verse

Verse of the Week: Colossians 4:2

I let my prayer life become stagnant over the winter. I prayed. I cried. I prayed some more. But there was no substance to it. No…what’s the word?? Power! Prayer is our life-blood. Our heartbeat. Our connection to God. Our opportunity to praise Him. Confess our sins. Ask for forgiveness. Tell Him what’s on our… Continue reading Verse of the Week: Colossians 4:2

Ephesians, Healing, Jesus in Everyday Life, Surrender to Jesus

Ephesians 3:20–Scars That Shine

I apologize this didn't get out on Saturday as planned. I was blessed to be present with family and friends. To encourage others in need and to be blessed in return. And now back to regular programming 🙂 Have you heard of the Japanese art, Kintsukuroi? This ancient art developed because a beloved piece of… Continue reading Ephesians 3:20–Scars That Shine

Forgiveness, Jesus in Everyday Life

But I Don’t Feel Forgiven…Part 4: Forgiving, Forgetting, and Doubt

Hello dear friend, This post was one of the most difficult to write. Rewrite. And write again. I wrestled with it for weeks! Maybe you can tell me why. Blessings. “Excuse me; Ma’am, is this yours?” I ignored the voice behind me and started walking. There’s NO WAY she could be talking to me. Ma’am?!?… Continue reading But I Don’t Feel Forgiven…Part 4: Forgiving, Forgetting, and Doubt

Jesus in Everyday Life, My Story

January’s Lesson

The Vibrant Relevance of God’s Word nailed me last week! And I didn’t even feel the blow until later when it started to sting. When I opened my Bible for my quiet time, I didn’t get further than this: I am the Lord your God, who rescued you from the land of Egypt, the place… Continue reading January’s Lesson

Jesus in Everyday Life, My Story

What have you learned this January?

I am so very sorry for my silence. I ask for your forgiveness. As you know, last month was a doozy for me. I fought to keep a positive attitude. Willed it is more accurate. But the truth is, I was wearier than I have been--well since I can remember. These last few weeks, I didn't… Continue reading What have you learned this January?

Devotionals, Jesus in Everyday Life, My Story

Some Days Don’t Go As Planned…

Ever have days when things don't go as planned. When life happens? Me too. That's usually when Jesus get my attention and teaches me something new.

Devotionals, Jesus in Everyday Life, Psalm 100

Psalm 100, Part 5: COME!

I don’t know about you, but after worshiping with other Believers, I feel encouraged! No matter what season I’m in, what challenges I’m facing, what I’m wrestling with, or how broken I am—I always feel refreshed, refocused, and more hopeful. Come.
'Taste and see that the Lord is good. Oh, the joys of those who take refuge in him!' Psalms 34:8