When we don’t know where to start it helps to take time to dream, wonder, ask questions and pray. Then be willing to try new things.
Throughout this series I’ve written about sharing our stories. In Kate Motaung’s post on the word who, she said to identify yourself and then your audience.
Who am I? I could say I am a woman, wife, mother, writer, poet, musician, artist and that would all be true. But who am I at my core?
God searches my heart and leads me as I search for truth, hope, love and beauty in this world. He gives me strength and courage.
How often do you pray? Is it possible pause to pray at any time during the day no matter what you are doing?
What happens when you fail? As counter intuitive as it sounds, surrendering to God takes away the pressure to strive. I learn from failures.
One way of getting to know people better is to talk to each other and ask questions. When I meet someone new we usually exchange names and tell a little about ourselves. To keep a conversation going I try to think of questions that will […]
SING PRAISE TO GOD Hallelujah! How good it is to sing praise to our God, for praise is pleasant and lovely. Psalm 147:1 (CSB) The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands. Psalm 19:1 (NIV) Let […]
Is there a door in front of you that you are hesitating to open? What might motivate you to push through and see what is on the other side?
So far in this series I wrote about how each of us has a story, but how do we learn to share our stories? What all does it entail?