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Ahh! The joy of time travel and skipping across continents without leaving the coziness of your favorite chair. I think that’s what ignites my passion for reading. You can literally be any where in the world minus the frantic sprints through the airport.

My most recent literary delight is Charles Swindoll’s book David: A Man of Passion and Destiny. In spite of The Bible being full of heros and sheros, I’ve taken a special liking to King David. I mean, besides being a fierce warrior and an all out worshipper, God calls him “a man after his own heart” - Acts 13:22

So when I stumbled upon this jewel in Swindoll's Great Lives Series, I scooped it up and dove in. It's a perfect balance of history and biblical truths that are intriguing yet relevant.

If you’re looking for a read that’s hard to put down, grab a copy of David: A Man of Passion and Destiny. Leave your favorite quotes in the comments below. I hope you love it as much as I did.

Your Sister Friend,



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I’m amazed at how time and life experiences transform our desires and values. More and more it becomes apparent that my real treasures are unable to be confined to a neatly wrapped package. It’s the moments and memories that matter.

So naturally when my friends invited me to join them on a road trip to the Joyce Meyer Conference on my birthday, I knew God was showing me a special kind of love.

I was familiar with everyone on the ministry team for the weekend except for Natalie Grant. But oooh let me tell ya, after she sang Isn't He ... I knew we were worship friends.

The second time Natalie took the stage, she shared that God was leading her to change what she had planned on singing. I will trust You here was the verse that God used to water my dry places. What a powerful confession and comforting reminder.

In spite of my “here”, I can depend on the Faithful God, and so can you. I’ve had the song on repeat since the conference. Take a listen and worship with me. Leave a comment if it blesses you too.

Your Sister Friend,


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Updated: Mar 11, 2021

I don't know if it's because I've used up all of my creativity during the day or the fact that I'm "dog tired" when I go to bed. Whatever the reason, I would say that I rarely dream. And if I do, I don't remember any of it. But, there's one dream that has stayed with me for the last couple of years. It was like a flashing neon marquee that gave me direction when I was at a major fork in the road concerning my advertising agency, Hill Street Media.... shameless plug

Cue harps for dream music

I was fishing. Mind you, I've never been fishing. It seemed as though I had been sitting there for a while and then my perspective changed to an aerial view. Surprisingly there wasn't any water in the pond. Not a drop. And, there weren't any fish. I had been sitting there anticipating catching fish and there was Nothing! All of a sudden, I heard a voice say, "Shift to the right." I turned ever so slightly to the right and there was another pond but, this time it was full of water and the fish were leaping in every direction. The voice in the dream kept giving me the same instructions. And, as I made the 360 turn, I was surrounded by full ponds and an incredible amount of fish, except for where I was sitting. After I completed the circle, I heard the voice much louder say, "Shift to the right!" and I woke up.

Now let's be clear, I have no claim to fame in interpreting dreams. But, I knew this dream wasn't as much about fish and ponds as it was about change. I had clients and systems that were clearly not working. It seemed as though I was spinning my wheels but, I was at a lost on how to fix it. And wouldn't you just know, the word shift means to "change positions or direction". It seemed as though I was hearing this word everywhere. As a matter of fact, in the front of my bible I wrote, "change is the sign of life". But honestly, my definition of change was much different. And let's just say that it wasn't on my "to do list". However, God had something else in mind. I'd be lying if I said the process was easy. But, I gained some precious nuggets along the way that will hopefully encourage you just in case you're at a pivotal point in your life or career. So here we go.


God is faithful. Some of our circumstances completely challenge what we believe about our God. Questions like, "Will he bring me out of this? Will this ever change? What if he doesn't provide?" along with similar tormenting thoughts flood our minds. That's when we have to become vigilant and intentional about declaring the word of God. It's the perfect time to start wielding scriptures like, "He who promised is faithful" - Hebrews 10:23 and "It's impossible for God to lie." - Numbers 23 :19, as we war against the enemy of our souls. See, the enemy knows that if he can drag us over into fear, doubt and unbelief he wins. But tell yourself, "Not so!" God has never failed me and he's not about to start. Go ahead and declare it out loud....My God is faithful and he will take care of every one of my needs. Now clap your hands and say "Amen"! oops! I went a little churchy on you.

God will send help in the shift. You don't have to go it alone. While I was trying to figure out my next step, my friend (Hey Latissa!) told me about Called 4 Women, a business round table group for Christian women. These ladies were more than amazing. They were fierce in business, strong believers, innovative, creative and the list just goes on and on - talk about "exceedingly more than you ask, hope or think" - Ephesians 3:20. And the beautiful thing is,they were willing to come along side of me. I didn't have to ask, they offered. God had already provided what I needed and they were willing to pour into my life. My responsibility was to cooperate, put in the work and shift.

Shifting is necessary to fulfill your purpose. Here's the good news....we were all created with purpose. Navigating the journey is the interesting part. I mean, giving up the familiar is scary and loosing what you would prefer to hold on to is painful. But when we do, God unearths the gifts and talents that have been lying dormant. Oh yeah! Greatness is in the inside of us but, the pressure of change makes it come alive.

My shift resulted in me losing one of my larger clients which was heartbreaking and terrifying at the same time. God dried up my water source so that I could grow. But, being true to his word, he provided another opportunity. I was the answer to their problem and they were the solution to mine. Isn't it funny how God works?!

So now it's your turn. Take some time today and do a self check. Do you sense that God is nudging you to change? Go ahead and shift. God has already gone before you so, it's safe to step into the unknown. Maybe one day I'll meet you down at the pond for a good ol fishing party. There's plenty of fish for us all.

Loving Jesus,


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