I've been passing through a season of loss, but God is reassuring me that he is up to something good. And he's using fiber art to help me heal. Read more →
Welcome to my journey, a series of posts telling the story of my call into Christian ministry. We will go back to the beginning when I surrendered my life to Jesus Christ, and work our way forward from there. I'll highlight those bits of humor and light sent by God along the way to brighten my path and lighten my load.
In post #6 of My Journey into the Rubble series, I zoom out a bit to focus on the story from a more panoramic perspective. If you feel stuck and unable to move forward in God's plan for your life, my hope is to encourage you. As I share a snippet of my dreams, you may discover that God has been leading you all along through the path of your hidden dreams. Read more →
In post #5 of My Journey into the Rubble series, God used my first short-term mission trip to Kingston, Jamaica to stretch me and prepare me for the road ahead. He also chose an unexpected singing gift to open up doors of ministry I never imagined I'd walk through. Maybe you'll relate to the comedy, as perhaps you've faced similar challenges. Most likely you've discovered, too, that serving the Lord is a process of constant stretching because God wants our confidence to be in him alone. Read more →
[Post #4] We return to My Journey into the Rubble series today, to find out how God used a physical trial to change my path from a career in hairstyling to full-time ministry. If you're confused about the title "Exodus from Egypt," I'm likening Egypt to a place of sin and rebellion against God. At that time in my life, it represented "my way" or "my path," rather than the one God had chosen. Read more →
Post #3 of My Journey into the Rubble series gives you a glimpse into my early days as a Christian when I stumbled to find a foothold of faith. I'll touch on some valuable lessons I learned in the wilderness and highlight the incredibly personal way God reached out to bring me back. I took this photo on a hiking trail in Juneau, Alaska. It illustrates this part of my journey nicely, but I was actually only about a mile from civilization. And that's truly about as deep into the wilderness as I'll dare to go. Read more →
This is post #2 of My Journey into the Rubble series. We'll travel back to the beginning when I surrendered my life to Jesus Christ. Together, we'll also consider the Lord's peculiar ways of working through the events and people in our lives, and his amazing capacity to change us from the inside out. If you're like me, there's nothing better to renew your sense of purpose than remembering those first steps of faith. Read more →
[Post #1] You are invited to join me in this series of posts telling the story of my call into Christian ministry. I'll go all the way back to the beginning when I surrendered my life to Jesus Christ, and work my way forward in time from there. Meanwhile, you should also plan for a few detours along the way, as I'm certain to get sidetracked now and then. In this initial post, we'll also explore some of the odd ways God speaks to us. Read more →