I'm so glad you're here.
My greatest joy is experiencing God's power as He closes the gap between what we believe and how we live. I love going to the Word and allowing God to answer my deepest questions. How do I trust Your heart when Your ways and delays are breaking mine? What does it look like to live each day convinced You really are the powerful and loving God You say You are? My passion is linking arms with women as we pursue deeper hope in our faithful Lord and discover His voice can be louder than our problems and His love larger than our fears.
Discover the seven keys to living courageously in life’s adventures
Imagine how different your life would be if you were absolutely convinced God’s Word is true.
As believers, we have the power of the Almighty Living God dwelling inside of us: the power to move mountains, slay giants and walk on the water. And yet in our everyday lives, we tiptoe cautiously around His promises, when we could be boldly and courageously standing on the Word and living the victorious life available to all His children. Our God invites us to believe with life-altering conviction that He is big enough to be trusted with every moment of our lives. As you study God’s word through Courageous Faith, you will be encouraged to refuse old ways of living and courageously step out each day with fresh eyes of faith.
Hope for the Weary
Psalm 126 holds a prayer for God’s rescue from sorrow. I resonated with the hopeful cries for breakthrough as I ached and prayed for our family. In reply, God poured this prayer through my soul:
“A day will come when laughter will once again ring in a season of celebration. Joy will shout for all to hear:
The Lord has done great things for me. Our Deliverer has broken through! Our Savior reduced to rubble the mountains of opposition that loomed for decades. Our Rescuer with one mighty sweep of His right hand made a way where there was no way. Our Restorer breathed new life and health into places of brokenness and disease. Yahweh, unleash Your Possible across the landscape of our impossible. We look to You, our only hope.”
(A Psalm of Hope and Lament, June, 2019)