First of all, please allow me to apologize for not posting in MONTHS. I should explain quickly that I have moved to a new state, started a new full-time job, and basically begun a new life. I’m living with friends (very little down time or alone time) and I’m currently in the middle of a huge spiritual battle! So I can honestly say I’ve been a bit busy the last few months. It doesn’t excuse me for not writing, but I feel like it’s necessary to tell you what God has been doing in my life–and let you know I’m going to try to post more often!
First, one of the things that I had been praying and pondering over was the mercy male part of my life. I wrote that intense series a few months ago that began with a dream about Chris Evans and ended with me asking what the Lord’s will was for me with mercy males. I think I have reached a really great conclusion on that–which I feel compelled to share in its own blog post. It’s coming soon, I promise!
Second, I’m so excited that I have this awesome new job where I am in a position of influence–and I never thought I would be there. If there is one area I would’ve told you I never wanted to work, this is it. But isn’t God funny? He threw me into a government position. Bless the Lord, oh my soul. 😊 If anyone was not made for government work, it is me. But the Lord knows better–He is in charge, not me, so we will see where it leads.
And third, I can’t blog and not mention how amazing the Lord is and how He has totally provided for me during this transitional time in my life. When I decided to trust Him and make this move, it was unreal how He moved every little piece to cover every single thing I needed. I will likely blog a whole series about Jehovah Jireh, My Provider. Because if you don’t know him, I want you to!
Lastly, I definitely want to note how incredible it is when you speak into the areas of someone’s life and watch your prayers for them blossom and give a great reward. This happened to me recently. Being an identity coach who can see deeply into the lives of others can be burdensome or rewarding. I choose the latter.
One more thing: few things have surprised and blessed me more than the new church I’ve been attending. The pastor preached on pornography and sexual sin this past week, and he included women in the topic. This energized and encouraged me, and I was able to begin a conversation with him and his wife regarding helping women who struggle in this area. After years of desiring to see this happen in my former church, I can’t tell you how excited I am that this conversation is happening after being at my new church only a few months. Praise the Lord!
This is just a brief overview of things that are happening, so just you wait. New things will be happening with this website and ministry, and you will be hearing more from me soon. Thank you for hanging in with me during the transition!