Just a small note to say Merry Christmas to all my readers, both faithful and fairly new! It has been a difficult holiday season for me this year, as I’ve been grieving my father’s death and handling the emotional toil it has taken on me. I’m really tired, friends! But I’m also excited–excited because if anything, this season should be a season of rest, and it can be, if look for it in our Savior! And what a coincidence–it’s the very birth of that Savior that we are celebrating right now. For so many people–including me–this time of year is usually hectic, chaotic, and crazy. But as God has gently refocused me this year, it’s become a time of prayer, redirection, and reflection. I’ve been tasked with getting back to my “first love”–something that all prophets actually struggle with, as we are so project-oriented. So I’m spending some extended time becoming people-oriented, starting with Jesus. I am really loving it and starting to look forward to my extended Jesus time every single day.
And since God has actually asked me to be more people-oriented, that means making a few tweaks! I am looking forward to how God is going to stretch, grow, and change me during this call to action. I’m still here–I’m still coaching, I will still be blogging, I’m still doing all these wonderful things that God has asked me to do. But you just may not see me much on social media, because social media is project-oriented, not people-oriented. However, please don’t let that deter you from contacting me about anything–questions, concerns, prayer requests, whatever is on your heart–because I would love to talk to you. I want to share with you my Jesus, and how He is working in me and changing me, and how He can work in you and change you and help you discover more about Himself and yourself. 🙂 I look forward to connecting with each of you–hopefully soon!
May God bring you rest, relaxation, and rejuvenation this holiday season! Thank you for your support and readership this past year–it has meant a great deal to me! I can’t wait to greet you anew in 2015–it is going to be an incredible year for each one of us!
Blessings, Michelle (PPG)