In this journey of reclaiming our soul voice, it's not about simply learning to be loud or learning to be confrontational or direct. And we don't want to mistake finding our voice for an excuse to become overly focused on ourselves. Being on this journey, holds far deeper meaning. It's about healing the broken parts inside … Continue reading Coffee with Jesus
In my recent posts, I've been talking a lot about digging into our past pain and getting the help and support we need to do so. I'm not encouraging us to dig up our crap, just to dig it up or to live in the past. But I honestly believe once we uncover the truth … Continue reading Pulling Back the Curtain to See the Truth
Last year, I trained for and ran a half-marathon. I used to hate running when I was growing up, but now as a mother - it's a gift to me. I love the silence, the space to think and I especially love how strong I feel afterwards. But there was one run which stands out from … Continue reading Trigger (Un)happy
A few months after my 4th of July breakdown, I experienced a moment of break through that empowered me and brought me a breath of life. I had spent the in-between months trying to see and understand why I had been making myself small in life, why I had deemed myself unworthy of love and … Continue reading Into the Deep
Many factors contribute to us not knowing our soul voice. Things like broken relationships, loss, abuse and shame can all been contributors. When we've lost our voice and our internal “true North”, we feel disoriented, disconnected and small. We feel afraid to be seen, because we’re not sure what other people are actually seeing - since … Continue reading How Do We Find Our Voice?
Have you ever felt struck over the head by a seemingly simple concept? A few years back, when I was beginning to realize I had lost my soul voice, I felt like a whole new reality was opened up to me when I read a verse I've known my whole life. In Mark 12:31, Jesus says, … Continue reading When it’s Time for a Little Self-Love
At some point in our younger years, most of us held an idea of how we thought life would go. Perhaps we'd go to college, travel, get married, have kids, do our dream career and live "happily ever after". But I've learned that happily-ever-afters are a myth and our greatest stories usually come from our life's most … Continue reading Your Pain is Not a Waste