March 2017

  • How to Outfit Your Soul for the Journey Toward Your Purpose

    Last week we looked at how God uses our “day jobs” to transform us into people who embrace our callings. Colossians 3:12-14 became a job description of what it means to put on “spiritual work clothes” and show up with love in the lives of other people. This week, let’s look at one of those […]

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  • Don’t Quit Your Day Job

    In March 2017, I celebrated the release of New Woman, New Clothes: Outfit Your Soul to Live, Lead, Love by delivering the closing message for a women’s Bible study. We focused on what it means to find purpose in life and jokingly adopted the phrase, “Don’t quit your day job,” as a reminder that God […]

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  • more well-digging: something new

    This week, there’s more from a series I wrote several years ago about the value of persevering to get to a promised outcome. Last week, we looked at the need to reclaim old territory in our lives (including dealing with “dirt” in our wells) before we can move ahead with God-given dreams. Today, we’ll take […]

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  • well-digging: reclaiming old territory

    Several years ago, I was a guest poster on a site to encourage women in their faith journeys, especially during the exhausting/exhilarating (Exhilarausting??) years of parenting young kids. Recently, I found a two-parter I’d written about finding freedom and motivation to run after God-given dreams. As I prepare to launch my book New Woman, New […]

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