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Dear Me: What if you stopped apologizing for being you, stopped apologizing for the way you laugh only like you do, for the way you drive your decisions like a…
You accept freedom the moment you accept the apology that no one offered.
When girls have no choice — we have to make a choice to say yes to their worth, their voice, their rights.
I believe God in His gracious mercy repeated this command as an encouragement because He knew fear is the tool the enemy would use to try to derail us, distract us and depress us.
Fire your perfectionism and your procrastination will quit too.
There’s a bunch of kids here, sloshy with hot-chocolate, who just keep playing a Charlie Brown Christmas. And yeah, I’m not ashamed — so what if it took me a…
The moment that any one sees someone as less human than themselves, is the moment more evil scars all of humanity.
I’m practicing not “getting over” things but instead walking through them
He’s in the love that always finds a way to find you.
Authenticity means eliminating the gap between your inner belief and what you reveal to the outside world—in other words, letting your true self be seen.
For such a time as now, we live shaped like a Cross, reaching right out, because this how He begins to reshape the world.
There’s a God who allows Himself to be a Light house to see us through storms.
In hindsight, I’m thankful for these raw moments. They serve as alarm clocks, as reminders of immaturity, as disruptions of routine.
There is nothing in the world like worship to break the power of the Enemy.
You may not want to embrace where you are, but it is so important to embrace whose you are.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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