How to Not Allow Your Emotions to Consume You: Part 3 of 3

Again it’s a mixture of hurt, anger, and insecurity. The consuming feeling I don’t belong is confirmed when I scroll on social media. FOMO is real, but so is introversion. Insecurity consols my emotions.  “You don’t belong. You are too shy.” I sit on the floor in silence. Fear of rejection is greater than my… Continue reading How to Not Allow Your Emotions to Consume You: Part 3 of 3

3 Ways To Get Rid Of Your Road Rage

My husband is the sweetest. Until someone cuts him off while driving. I always feel safe with my husband except on the road sometimes. Don’t get me wrong, his driving is great. It’s his road rage that has my eyes widening. I define road rage as getting angry with someone else’s driving. This doesn’t always… Continue reading 3 Ways To Get Rid Of Your Road Rage

2 Ways To Grow Your Relationships With Your Words

Have you ever experienced a relationship that’s been wounded from a harsh spoken word or neglected from a lack of unspoken words?  I’ve experienced the struggle firsthand. I learned the hard way: words are crucial within a relationship/friendship.  “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for… Continue reading 2 Ways To Grow Your Relationships With Your Words

Going From Pressure to Peace with Our To-Do Lists

When making a to-do list, do you get overwhelmed? An ignored homework due date is rapidly approaching. Dishes in the sink are crying to be cleaned. A commitment to your fitness hangs in the back of your mind. A friend sent a text earlier asking if you’re free for a specific date. Tasks on a… Continue reading Going From Pressure to Peace with Our To-Do Lists

Finding Peace & Healing in His Word

Almost 40% of Americans are more anxious than they were at this time last year, according to a new American Psychiatric Association (APA) poll. (Time Magazine) 1 in 5 Americans have read through the Bible at least once. (LifeWay Research) These statistics might seem separate, but spiritually they correlate. I regret to admit, I am… Continue reading Finding Peace & Healing in His Word

The Harvest is Plentiful

Matthew 9:37-38 “The harvest is plentiful” is a great thing to hear if you’re a farmer. It is like music to any farmers’ ears knowing that their year of hard labor will reap much. The problem in this passage is that the workers are few. Almost nothing wears more on a farmer’s stress than not… Continue reading The Harvest is Plentiful