Just Dance

So often we refrain from letting loose. Why? Isn’t it more fun to dance? A song came on in the local grocery store on a random day and I honestly laughed out loud and actually danced in the aisles. I think it might make you dance, too. I had never considered a theme song to accompany the pages of my upcoming book, but I knew immediately it was just right. It’s spot on. It truly speaks volumes. What’s the song? “This Will Be An Everlasting Love” By: Natalie Cole. Do you know it? Take a LISTEN. Can I tell you more here on the podcast? I invite you to dance and I invite you to join me on the journey. … Continue readingJust Dance

Set Free To Believe

LISTEN. I’ve been thinking about what it means to be “free in Christ.” I am learning that this freedom resides right in the center of our thoughts. These lyrics belong to us. These lyrics are meant to breathe into our every day. “It is for freedom that Christ set us free.” (Galatians 5:1) Free to believe we are who He says we are. We need to receive it. Say it. Sing it. “I am His beloved child kept for heaven. Chosen, not forsaken. The Savior is for me!” REST IN THIS TRUTH, REST IN THIS SONG. HERE. Believe with me for MORE. Lord, help us to believe. Amen & Alleluia.Who You Say I Am By: Hillsong Worship PS Join me … Continue readingSet Free To Believe

It’s Raining

LISTEN. It’s not just raining, it’s pouring. Every day the forecast is rain. It’s forever pouring down grace and mercy from the throne room of heaven! God’s Word is like the rain. It soaks our souls and brings a crop. The riches of His grace and mercy fall down to cover us in all chapters of life. BE DRENCHED. Stay under the rain. Trust more in His outpouring. The forecast is forever rain. Alleluia! Grace Like Rain By:Aaron Keyes ON PODCAST, HERE. “As the rain and the snow come down from heaven, and do not return to it without watering the earth and making it bud and flourish, so is My word that goes out from My mouth.” (Isaiah 55:10-11) … Continue readingIt’s Raining

He’ll Be There

“On the day I needed You, I called, and You responded and infused my soul with strength.” (Psalm 138:3)(You held me and told me that everything is okay.) In high school I’d lock arms with my besties and we’d sway singing this song with all our hearts. These lyrics took on a whole new meaning when I turned my eyes toward Jesus. They’ve come to life through all my chapters. Reflect with me a minute. Think about Jesus. Get a glimpse of His open arms. (Luke 15:17-24) Then, go ahead, sing! Listen for His still small voice. These lyrics stand firm. “All you gotta do is call. He’ll come runnin’!” You’ve got a forever friend, everlasting arms to hold you. Hear this … Continue readingHe’ll Be There