All my life, I have struggled with being a doormat. For a long time, I thought that's what I should be. No one really explained that things could (or should) be different. I passively accepted whatever came my way. I thought that was the way I was supposed to live. As you can imagine, things … Continue reading Will the Real Me Please Stand Up?
We have an identity thief roaming among us. He is the enemy of our souls. From the moment we are conceived, his goal is to thwart God's amazing plan for us. This identity thief wants to keep us from stepping into our true identity in Christ. Don't be discouraged. The Bible and the Holy Spirit … Continue reading Jesus Brings Freedom from Identity Theft
Jesus says: "The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full." (John 10:10 NIV) "And I tell you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not overcome it. I will … Continue reading Jesus. Brings. Life.
I am immersed right now in editing the book of an inner healing teacher and spiritual coach. As I work through (and live) the words of this book, I am reminded of why inner healing is an ongoing, even daily process - the dying to self daily of 1 Corinthians 15:31. I have worked with … Continue reading Let the Daily Journey of Transformation Begin
When I was growing up, my mom would often vent to me about her bitterness toward people. My mom was not the kind of person people would think of as bitter. In public, she came across as quiet and kind, and a little bit quirky and eccentric. What people didn’t realize was that her compassion … Continue reading Honor is Not the Same as Tolerance
There is a story that comes with this picture. I love the water and I love boats. Always have. But I've always felt fear in a kayak. If you look closely at this photo, you will see the fear in my face. But guess what? God used this event to bring healing to my fear. … Continue reading I Vow to Be Afraid
I used to try almost anything to avoid pain (food addiction, denial, avoiding people, deciding not to care, etc.). I even caused my own pain to avoid the pain of being hurt by someone else. That may sound crazy, but if you have been in an abusive relationship, you might understand that. Little did I … Continue reading Don’t Avoid the Pain
I was asked a question about prayer from a mom who also works with children. Her concern was about how to pray for/with children who are performance-driven. We see a lot of that, especially in American society. I’m not sure about other places in the world, but in the United States, we have a way … Continue reading How Do I Pray for a Performance-Driven Child?
Generational healing prayers are among my favorites. Why? Because I have seen such powerful changes through these prayers. Consider this: Because of the power of Christ, you have the ability today to stand in for entire generations of your family and repent for generational sin. God can bring redemption and realignment to your family line, … Continue reading 4 Things to Know about Generational Healing
Last night, I had a weird, freaky, but also amazing dream. In the dream, I was placed inside a vision and I was supposed to write about it. I was put inside the enemy camp. I was surrounded by demons of all shapes and sizes, including big ones taller than a two-story building. I could … Continue reading Amazing Dream about Inner Healing