Being All You Can Be

Being All You Can Be

Recently I spoke at a women’s conference called Women After Gods Own Heart in Oklahoma City. There was plenty of inspiration during the conference from the amazing singers and speakers. However, none impacted me more than a little nine-year-old girl, Mariah. She was...
The Story of Angela’s House

The Story of Angela’s House

Two weeks ago I was sitting in my chair. My chair beckons me to come and sit awhile. It seems Jesus sits there waiting for me to join Him. In my chair, my heart and mind are always able to focus more clearly on His presence. I’ve grown to love my chair. It’s there I...
Expectations, Experiences, and Prayer

Expectations, Experiences, and Prayer

I heard a great reminder recently. It was simply that when your “experience” does not line up with your “expectation,” God is trying to reveal Himself to you. My experiences have truly revealed God when my expectations were not met. (And I admit I am guilty of high...
Away In A Manger

Away In A Manger

Most likely the first Christmas carol I ever learned was “Away In A Manger.” It’s a favorite of many, although it was originally a children’s hymn. Did you know there was a misconception that the lyrics of “Away in a Manger” were...
Silent Night

Silent Night

I spoke once at an event in Lawton, Oklahoma that brought business women together at no cost to them. The luncheon was meant to encourage them in their business and to appreciate the community they serve. They also gave a contribution to a nonprofit in their...
Joy To The World

Joy To The World

It is once again December and the month of Christmas. Many retail shops announce Christmas before Halloween, which makes Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas blend together and by the time Christmas arrives it can feel like just another holiday. Christmas is not just...