Well, readers, it’s been a while since I posted, and for that I do apologize. Life happens, you know? However, over the last few months, I’ve realized how much I need to blog–how much I need to share what God is doing in my life. It’s my testimony, and it’s a way that I can get the word (and the Word) out to others. So I am hoping to blog more regularly now that my life has calmed down significantly. And I do hope you’ll come along for the ride!
Right now, I’m on vacation enjoying a few days to rest and rejuvenate. I haven’t had a schedule, an itinerary, or anything to do for a couple of days–and I’m away, so that’s been something new for me. Friends always make fun of me for my schedules and plans, but this is the first time I haven’t made any plans and have just listened to my spirit. And my spirit has said “REST.” So honestly, that’s what I have done!
I plan to share some of the exciting things that have happened in the last year of my life over two series of blog posts. One series will be entitled “The Millennial Leader” and will talk about a leader I currently serve with who is impressive. I’m excited to hit some of the highs and lows of this, because millennials often get the sham when it comes to their leadership skills. I’m lucky to work beside a millennial leader who is doing many of the right things–and then some. I can’t wait to highlight him!
Another series will be called “The Broken Road Blessings” and will chronicle a relationship in my life that started with a vision God gave to someone else for me. This will be my most difficult and challenging blog series I’ve written to date; the vulnerable nature of this series will have me sharing parts of my life and heart that I have yet to share with anyone, even my close friends. I think that’s because this will be the first time I’ve put this into words and seriously thought it out. Either way, I look forward to sharing this information with you.
And lastly, I plan to share some of the things I’ve encountered in my life over the last year regarding my health–physical, spiritual, and emotional, and I will call this series “First Aid.” I was recently diagnosed with a plethora of things, but praise be to God, God has healed me, and I want to touch on these things and how God has shown Himself faithful (as always) through these storms.
I’m excited about all that I have to share with you–and even more excited to get all of these thoughts out of my head! Thanks for being here.