I know 2018 will likely not play out how my mind wants it to but I have to believe in God’s greater plan; the one I at times will not understand and will not be able to see, but is still the best one.
Whatever valley of trouble you’re in is nothing compared to what God has in store for you.
We should celebrate Thanksgiving – not because of British pilgrims and native Americans and turkeys and American football – but as a way to lead up to the holiday Christians hold dear to their hearts.
I’ve asked for ‘adventures’ from God, and though this time has been unbelievably challenging and stretching, exhausting and causing me anxiety, breaking me down to such an unfamiliar fragile state, is this an ‘adventure’ He has brought me to?
Struggling is a part of life. It’s a part of change. It’s a part of growth.