I don't want sufficiency, I want Jesus. What I've realized is that often, the pursuit of sufficiency in in my life looks like clinging to the idea of an adequate solution in the midst of hard moments and working to that end. It's the idea that I can fix things, or that somehow I have the … Continue reading insufficient, but surrendered.
“There’s something beautiful and clarifying and terrifying all at once in being at the beginning . . . To be a beginner is to be full of hope-filled humility, to be overflowing with eager expectation that is simultaneously held in check by the obvious gap between your aspirations and current abilities. To be a beginner … Continue reading new beginnings.
I sure do hope everyone has a friend like Monique. She's authentic, smart, a great cook and incredibly attune to the Holy Spirit and his voice [she teaches me a lot about listening :)]. She's that friend you truly savor time with and love learning from ... and she introduced me to Shauna, which I … Continue reading embracing the interim.