This morning I listened to a sermon by Steven Furtick about dysfunctional comfort. During the sermon, Furtick stated that we shouldn’t be so quick to ask God to rebuke the devil when feelings of discomfort are present. Sometimes, God is using that trouble and discomfort to transform us. I don’t know about you, but this entire year has been one uncomfortable situation. What started out … Continue reading Embracing Discomfort
What’s up fam?! Today marks two months that I’ve been held up in the house and working from home. I’ve only gone out for groceries, outside workouts and to do praise and worship at church. I’ve gotten sick at least twice – none of which were COVID-19 related, spent a ton of time with my parents (I live with them), and watched a boatload of … Continue reading May | Moving with Momentum
Two years ago, I was an overwhelmed mess. I wanted to do everything all the time. I labeled myself more of a failure than I did anything else because I wasn’t where I wanted to be in life. I had all of these “goals”. They were mapped out perfectly – step-by-step plans that, had I been serious about any of them, I could have succeeded … Continue reading Being Busy & Accomplishing Nothing | What I Learned
DISCLAIMER: Though this post was written before the COVID-19 pandemic, my heart continues to go out to those affected and those working tirelessly each day to serve our communities. As we move forward in the coming weeks and you feel that you need extra support, send me a message. I’m happy to pray for you, give advice via email on finances, faith or productivity. Don’t … Continue reading What fruit does my life reflect?