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Taking the words from the page

It is easy to hear great thoughts and to read great books filled with helpful information but often the words are left on the page. The words sit there to never be used or applied. The power of the truths that we glance at never become apart of who we are. The intentions are there… Continue reading Taking the words from the page

christian coaching, counseling, life coaching, Marriage coaching, Marriage counseling, parent coaching, parenting, Strong Willed Child, thought life

Mundane

I always strive to grow and be challenged. I never want to be one that just settles for mediocre. Even in the mundane things of life I strive to be great. Not perfect. But great. There was a time where the mundane wore me out. When you are a mom at home with three little… Continue reading Mundane

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Today is a new day… And sometimes the desert.

I love waking up to a new day. Each day brings opportunity and God's mercies. I remember a time in my life when I would dread what the next day held. Each morning began with a sense of defeat. I look back now and I am thankful for where I am now. Many of us… Continue reading Today is a new day… And sometimes the desert.

counseling, Marriage coaching, Marriage counseling

Great Marriage = Humility

I used to think that the key to a great marriage is God. Do not get me wrong I still believe that. We can easily go to church, say our evening prayers and have a failing marriage. The key to a great marriage is humility.  Humility sees oneself as we truly are. Humility looks at… Continue reading Great Marriage = Humility

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Abundance

I feel that there is so much to say but to find the words this evening is hard. There are moments where I wish I could look each person in the eye, reach to their soul and let them know they are loved. Truly loved. Loved in their mess. Loved in their brokenness. Just loved. … Continue reading Abundance

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Mindset

I have been on a personal journey learning about mindset. How we view life can determine our success or failure. We can have a task in front of us and what we bring forth in thought, word or action will determine the extent of grandiosity of our completion. We can easily be our greatest cheerleader… Continue reading Mindset

christian coaching, counseling, parent coaching, parenting, Strong Willed Child

Creating an atmosphere of communication with your children

I believe one key to having well adjusted children is open and honest communication. I believe that parents should be the ones to start the difficult conversations. The reason for this is once you bring a topic out into the open your child is aware that they can come to you later for more information.… Continue reading Creating an atmosphere of communication with your children

christian coaching, counseling, goals, Insecurity, marriage coaching, Marriage counseling, parent coaching, thought life

Why you should pray

If you read this blog long enough you will see my own personal story will seep through the words. God often uses your own personal journey to minister to the hearts of those in front of you. I often hear about those who struggle to pray consistently. I know there was a time when I… Continue reading Why you should pray

christian coaching, counseling, Insecurity, life coaching, marriage coaching, thought life

Think Big

If you follow this blog you will frequently find me writing about a person's thought life. It is one area that I am extremely passionate about. Change the way a person thinks and you can change their whole life. I know for myself there was a time where I could only see life as small… Continue reading Think Big

christian coaching, counseling, Insecurity, Marriage coaching, parent coaching

Creating a culture of unity

Similarly, a family splintered by feuding will fall apart. - Mark 3:25 At home it is very easy to become divided within our home. Children bickering and spousal disagreements can stir up all sorts of turmoil within our four walls. Soon we can easily find ourselves despising the ones we live with. Changing this type… Continue reading Creating a culture of unity