By the time I was in my twenties, I had a method and "feel" for making big decisions. The decision to get a divorce, to move away, to quit my job and go minister to young people for 85% less than I was making as a pharmacist-- all big decisions. The decision to love, trust,… Continue reading The Next Not So Big Thing
In the 1978 movie, The Wiz, the scarecrow's missing brain made him think he couldn't win. I remember watching the Wizard of Oz as a young girl and being jealous of the scarecrow because he didn't have a brain. That's why he was so dumb happy. No brain, no thoughts. No thoughts, no worries. The… Continue reading Oh, to Be a Scarecrow
I attend a church that has a heavy focus on the financial literacy of its members and getting them out of debt. It’s biblical. Getting out of debt helps better position people to be in service to God. Without the burden of debt, you can do more for God with the provision he has given… Continue reading The Statute of Limitations On Your Past Has Expired.
"What's causing the quarrels and fights among you? Don't they come from the evil desires at war within you?" - James 4:1 NLT As a coach I am faced daily with people who want to change. It's my job to help people get from where they are to where they want to be. The biggest… Continue reading Here’s Why You’re Mad
"The Bible says not to judge" is a favorite response from people who do things they know are wrong. Anyone who has actually read the Bible (Matthew 7:1) knows that this is not a correct quote. After all, there are plenty of places in the gospels where Jesus told people about themselves. "Hypocrites!" "Brood of… Continue reading Judge Much?
"They" say Facebook makes people feel bad. There are numerous articles written about the dangers of social media on your emotional health. Here's the thing. FB news feeds only make people emotional when they feel "sumkinda way" about their own lives. So here are some tips to help: #1 Get whole and love your whole… Continue reading 5 Tips (and Scriptures) to Help Survive Your Facebook Newsfeed
And again they wept together, and Orpah kissed her mother-in-law good-bye. But Ruth clung tightly to Naomi. - Ruth 1:14 A big part of knowing who you are is knowing who you ARE NOT. Recently on Honey and Onion we talked about knowing your limitations. As always, I go to the Bible for guidance and… Continue reading Too Much Orpah to be Oprah