TYC Living

5 Things I Write…And You Should, Too

I love to write. As it turns out, God is a fan of writing things down. Don't believe me? #readyourbible "Write this down on a scroll as a permanent reminder, and read it aloud..." - Exodus 17:14 "Write down for the record everything I have said to you, Jeremiah." - Jeremiah 30:2 "So write down… Continue reading 5 Things I Write…And You Should, Too

Healing, Life Coaching, TYC Living

Introducing Stacia Wilson: “My Journey Begins”

Stacia Wilson is a South Carolina writer, blogger, and credentialing coordinator in the insurance industry. She lives a full life with a heart that spills over in love for her two children and five grandchildren. The youngest of three, Stacia is a creative spirit who enjoys writing, drawing, reading, and swimming. Stacia‚Äôs passion is providing… Continue reading Introducing Stacia Wilson: “My Journey Begins”

Bible Stuff, TYC Living

That Thing was not THE Thing

The beginning of the year is a time of reflection for many people. In addition to setting new goals and embarking upon new habits, we tend to be reflective. We take a look at the past. Some of us take a quick glance and say "Thank Ya Jesus!" to avoid being turned to a pillar… Continue reading That Thing was not THE Thing

TYC Living

Do You (but with an *)

My social media timelines are filled with very inspiring, motivating people. A common theme among them is the "do you" message. Do what makes you happy. Do what works for you. Do whatever you want to do. While I have spent over a decade trying to get people to be authentic...essentially "do you," I think… Continue reading Do You (but with an *)

Life Coaching, TYC Living

Six Months Into Grace

Well, half the year is over and I'm still living, moving, and have my being in God's grace. My #oneword for this year is "Grace." Every year I choose a word that embodies my goals and directs my personal strategy for achieving those goals. My one word basically serves as a reminder throughout the year.… Continue reading Six Months Into Grace

Life Coaching, TYC Living

Wait is an Action Verb

I can't believe it's already April. I'm so busy that the spring just sprung itself on me. What am I busy doing? Well, let's see... As a novice container gardener I am waiting for the last frost so I can move my veggies outside. I'm waiting for my younger son to make his college choice.… Continue reading Wait is an Action Verb