Healthy identity affects every area of our lives and relationships. When brokenness meets brokenness it can never produce wholeness. Identity, though, in some ways has become a catch word or topic in Christian circles and just like many facets of our faith it can be something we know more in theory than experience in reality. Identity encompasses not only what we believe about ourselves but what we believe about how God our Father sees us.
Podcast Interview with Andy Jenkins of The Overflow
So I hope you’ll check it out, and follow The Overflow Podcast as it will surely “encourage, equip, and empower you to experience the presence and power of the Kingdom… now.”
That, and it’s my first podcast ever, so super fun ✔ another “first” off the list in this amazing journey of being an author and speaker!
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I boldly declare it’s okay to be single
I am so excited to be featured at RachelBritton.com for her #beboldseries! Click the image above to read more. Continue reading “I boldly declare it’s okay to be single”
Live Q+A with Shelley
Valentine’s for the Single Soul
Single again this year and not planning on getting any Valentines? I feel you, girl. So, here’s a few love notes to warm your heart and encourage your soul that you’re not in this “being single” thing alone. Continue reading “Valentine’s for the Single Soul”
Review: Among the Reads
I am so excited to share with you so many amazing young women who are joining with me on this Book + Blog Tour! Stay tuned each day for their stories, testimonies and reviews of my brand new book Savoring Single! Now Available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
Interview + Review
Head on over to All Things Allison Marie for an interview with me and her review of “Savoring Single.”
It’s Part One of her series on singleness and I am honored to be featured!
More to come on next month’s Blog Tour! For more info + to sign up, Click Here.
Setting Goals for 2018
There’s nothing quite like coming to the end of the year only to hope next year will somehow be different. If we want our lives to look different, we’re going to have to do something different.
John Maxwell brilliantly says,
“You’ll never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.”
Wow! This totally means that whatever frustrated you about last year can change this year. Continue reading “Setting Goals for 2018”