Posts Tagged ‘living gently’

Dare to Live Beloved

In 2016, Jesus and I set out on a journey of my learning to be kind to myself. In July of that year I wrote, “Be a Friend to Yourself.” In February 2018, I wrote “Be Loved (if You Dare) Now we’re here – April 2019 – and I feel as though I’ve barely taken…

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Embracing My Journey with Anxiety

I share because I know someone needs to be reminded today that facing our fears and embracing our heart doesn’t always make us feel brave. Sometimes it makes us feel like we’ve actually completely lost our mind this time, but facing that feeling is the real bravery. Sometimes we need another brave, vulnerable human to look us in the eyes and remind us of that.

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Semantics, dear Watson

“You could tell God was active in that church.” “The Holy Spirit is really moving at that youth event.” “We are so thankful to see the Lord show up in this ministry.” I heard versions of these phrases about four zillion times growing up. It was common in the small bible-saturated Indiana town I grew…

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Living Gently

Hi friends, it’s been a minute. Happy New Year! First, a word to my subscribers: it means so much to me that this blog came straight to your inbox. Thank you for your support and for trusting me with this space. You mean the world to me. <3 This year I long to walk more…

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