Covid-19 revealed a God-given purpose in my day job that I never saw before.
Don't put words in God's mouth. It would be a mistake to equate your soul’s purpose with personal fulfillment you get from your job.
Friends, <This article> has brought much needed breath and water into the parched desert of my calling. You may or may not have noticed my absence since May, which was unplanned and honestly, painful. Don't worry, I'm alright. The kind of pain I mean is the kind of artistic pain that comes with being unable to... Continue Reading →
Never forget that Joseph worked.That Jesus worked.That Mary worked. Joseph was a "tekton," in the Greek. So was Jesus. This is often translated as carpenter, but woodworker, craftsman, handyman, or even day laborer, are all good translations. Jesus worked as a "tekton" for upwards of 18 years. Jesus, Mary and Joseph honored the Sabbath and... Continue Reading →
I don't hate my job, but some days I get frustrated. Like, really frustrated. After a bad day as a tech support agent, I find myself grumbling that I shouldn't even be here. It was supposed to be an entry-level, temporary position -- a placeholder until my "real life" began. Well, turns out, God had other plans.... Continue Reading →
After being inspired by Ann Voskamp I am inspired to jump in and get my hands dirty -- writing stories for all my sisters that will encourage and set your hearts aflame for Jesus. Our Word God doesn't let any Words from him go to waste. This is a true story. I'm sure there are... Continue Reading →