Speaking Up on Behalf of the Children (they need to hear truth.)

During the Trump presidency, I mostly chose not to speak publicly about his campaign, feeling instead that my calling is to help young women with their self-esteem. During Covid I […]

U R a Girl who Struggles with her Body (and you are in my kitchen)

“I don’t have a bathing suit body,” the sweet one says as she takes off her shirt on fast forward and jumps in the pool.  At the table later, she explains […]

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U R on My Mind (to the girl with the dark eyes)

As I looked out at the sea of faces, her’s struck me. The five hundred high school girls in the audience nearly all have brown eyes and dark hair, but […]

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U R my Beloved (looking through the lens of the Father’s eyes)

Writing a book takes at least a year.  Or a lifetime. Beautiful Lies took a lifetime of believing people measured my value.  Broken by the lie that “I was what […]

U R More Than You Think You Are
U R More Than You Think You Are (even though you think you’re not?)

When I saw her in the dream, she exuded fab.  She sauntered in high heels and a tailored dress, her red hair sweeping wild over beaming eyes. But the girl […]

Marriage, Motherhood, and Ministry … (Part 1)

I’m laughing at how long it’s been since I’ve posted a note. Makes perfect sense to me! Had a baby in Feb 2011; increased my focus on marriage, motherhood, and […]

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