MomLife Today Contributing Writer

  I met Tracey several years ago at a Moms Together conference that was being hosted by Stephanie Shott and a beautiful list of other moms from the The M.O.M. Initiative (Moms On Mission) ministry website that we all wrote for. Tracey sat in the passenger seat of my truck as we traveled back and forth from the hotel to the venue. It was a wonderful time of connecting. Some years went by and she recently reached out to me to […]

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Surrender Doesn’t Have to Look Like Giving Up

  The word “surrender” screams loudly with the language of “giving up”. The more I wrestle with the anticipation of losing something in surrender, the more I wrestle with the idea of losing my call/purpose/identity. And honestly, it’s sickening. That sick feeling, I’m finding only comes when it’s something that I’ve put ahead of seeking first the kingdom of God. I hadn’t been seeking His righteousness. (Matthew 6:33) What I’m grasping for or trying to hold on to hasn’t been […]

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When Maturity Has A New Definition

You will keep in perfect peace all who trust in You, all whose thoughts are fixed on You! Isaiah 26:3 (NLT) *This post is totally female specific. If you’re a guy reading this, pass it along to that woman in your life that could benefit in this “sisterhood”! There’s a new word that has been trying to define me for almost two years now. I hear that it comes as a biological occurrence and as women, eh hmmm, “mature”. That […]

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Get the Recipes : Learning to Hear From God

I text my mom a couple days ago asking for her Pound Cake recipe. She promptly shared it with me. Moments later she called me. Her words to me were: “I needed to call you because there are just some little details that you need to know that can’t be conveyed in a text message.” The little details were her secrets to ensure that my cake will taste like her cake. Her next phrase had me thinking about how I call […]

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Satisfied With Whatever Is Available

  “Contentment is being satisfied — satisfied not because something is in sufficient supply, but satisfied with whatever is available.” – Cynthia Heald, Becoming a Woman Whose God is Enough. I’m the first to admit that I have my preferences and sometimes I’m like a bulldog when it comes to having my way in a specific area. To know me is to know that I’m a coffee snob; or more accurately, a coffee creamer snob. I’ve turned down a much […]

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