It's the middle of the second week of Advent.  The thought of expectant waiting in the middle of the week can be overwhelming.  Most of us have schedules and to-do lists that keep the middle of the week loud...
What is that one thing you wish you would or could? We all have something within us.  The thing is . . . what separates one from the other . . .  is whether or not the big leap to...
It’s Monday!    We separate the weekend from the 5-day week.  Slowing down on the weekend is key to gearing up and doing what's ours to do during the week.  So. We have agreed Monday is our day to ramp...
It's the weekend! Taking a breath on the weekend, slowing down, and stepping back from the busyness of the week is smart living.   It takes effort and practice to make the weekend slow-down routine a part of life.  The thing...
But. By the grace of God, I've been given the opportunity to love all and serve all.  Love is at the forefront of everything . . .  in and through . . . grace. Grace is amazing.  Nothing is ever ordinary when...
Listen . . . Think On This . . .  I listen for hope when someone tells me their story. If, I don’t hear hope, I speak hope into their story of life, praying their soul will be anchored to hope. I’ve...
Monday is our day to ramp it up and renew an element of living.  *We recommend this practice for individuals, couples, and families as well as organizations.  This practice serves who we are and what we do. This week our conversation...
The appreciation and celebration of simple things is often missed in this fast paced era.  It's a TableThink conversation.  Most say they need life to be simpler and less complicated, but struggle to find a way to make it...
It’s the weekend! “You don’t have to be overwhelmed.”  These words from a long-ago mentor are at the top of my list on how to live the best life.   There are many layers to this wisdom.  A key element...
Listen . . .  Think On This . . .  It takes a decision of faith to take a step forward when there's uncertainty of what's next.  The thing is . . . taking a step requires letting go of fear...