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    The One Thing I Wish I Believed Sooner

      {A recent guest post I shared over at ILoveDevotionals.com.}   I used to be fearful of a lot of things. I worried about money. I agonized over work projects and whether I was competent to perform a job well done. Seeking the approval of others was another fear. Did I offend them? Will they like me or secretly laugh at me?    It’s funny the things I let consume my thoughts; such trivial matters in comparison to reality.    Money? I could always make more. Work? I could always refine my skills. Approval? People, I’ve learned, are typically more concerned with themselves, not my little blunders.   But a life-threatening…

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    Recent Radio Interview {Plus Win a Free Copy of the Book}

    Recently I was interviewed by Tricia Goyer from Living Inspired where I shared the one thing I wished I would have believed when I was first diagnosed, a tiny tidbit of wisdom that would have changed my fear-filled days into accepting the truth instead of the lies clouding my mind. Keep in mind while you listen that I’m just a girl sharing a story. Oh, how I wished I would have taken some sort of broadcasting or communications class in college! 🙂 Speaking on stage is far easier than an interview {yikes}. Thankfully, I had gracious hosts to guide me. To listen to the podcast, click here. Also, if you…

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    It's a Lie What Friends are Telling You

    {Devotional} It’s a lie what friends are telling you. If you haven’t heard the sentiment, “God won’t give you more than you can handle,” consider yourself among the fortunate. This attempt for comforting those crawling through painful circumstances has been repeated for far too long. My children mean well. They always do, but in this life, it’s not so much about what you’re supposed to handle. Life was never meant to rest all on your shoulders. Ever. My desire is not for you to handle your problem, but for you to hand off your pain to Me. Daily. Whether you whisper it away in the early morning hour, or shout it from the…