Category Growing spiritually
“You have forgotten who you are. Look inside yourself. You are more than what you have become. Remember who you are. Remember. . .”
– Mufasa speaking to Simba
I’m sure you’ve heard the old saying, “You can take the girl out of the country, but you can’t take the country out of the girl.” Well that is what Moses was up against – getting the slavery out of the people. They had a slavery mentality.
Plotting Goodness Inspired by We Make the Road by Walking by Brian D. McLarenChapter Six Scripture references include – Genesis 12: 1-9, Galatians 3: 6-9, and Mark 11: 15-19 God’s goodness and love is for everyone. “God loves everyone, everywhere, no exceptions.” This takes out our idea that we can make it to the top […]
Since the beginning, since Adam and Eve, we have desired to be the god of things. We choose to wrong tree. “Instead of imitating and reflecting God as good image bearers should do, we start competing with God, edginess God out, playing god ourselves.” We blame each other. We become religious rivals. We judge one another.
I coach women using tools like personality profiles and boundary setting. You may be surprised how a few months of coaching can change your perspective and your life.
Anam Cara is a phrase that refers to the Celtic concept of the “soul friend” in religion and spirituality.
Do you yearn, as I do, for the just right spiritual path that will give you the meaningful life you desire? Perhaps like so many of us you have “realized that religion too often shrinks, starves, cages, and freezes aliveness rather than fostering it.” You want to live life with aliveness.
With Transitions Comes New Life “Each transition begins with an ending. Change mean letting go of the old before we are able to embrace the new.” -William Bridges read more Talking with women about handling the transitions in their lives is one thing I can do to help. As a Life Coach with years and […]
We all have them, those people who drive you nuts like a mosquito. Or perhaps worse like a poisonous snake. Either way there is no escaping this life without having to deal with pests.
I’m not a great outdoors person but I do enjoy time away from the cares of the day-to-day worries. And I’m always glad that I did when I get outside and enjoy nature.