Dear Texas

For those of you unfamiliar with my story, I'll explain: I am a repeat Jonah offender. By that, I mean when God says turn left, I tend to run in the opposite direction until God ultimately brings me back to turning left. Three years ago, I quit my job because I felt like God was … Continue reading Dear Texas

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Next steps

I had $7 in my pocket. That’s it. And I needed that money to get to work. I reflected on the past six months. I thought of my disobedience in not moving to Phoenix. I thought about how God had provided just enough food and shelter until the moment I was ready to leave. I … Continue reading Next steps

A dream

I knew I was dreaming. I looked out the window of the house I was standing in and calmly told my friends, I know I'm dreaming but God's trying to show me something. I turned my attention back to the scene at hand. A chair sat in the middle of the room. I needed to … Continue reading A dream

Choice

I've always wanted the choice taken away from me. I don't want to pick my job. Where I live. My husband. I want God to remove all options from me so I don't have to choose. I thought I was being holy. I thought I was being wise. Isn't it full surrender to release any … Continue reading Choice

A Therapy Session

Can we talk about something? I asked my therapist one Thursday afternoon. Sure, he responded. I started hearing a voice telling me that I'm going to marry someone who has a girlfriend. I've never talked to him, never interacted with him. I'm really frustrated with this voice. Here's the problem: I have feelings for someone … Continue reading A Therapy Session