• Faith,  She Who Overcomes Podcast

    18: How Do You Grow A Deep Faith?

    “How did you grow your faith so deep? What was your first step?” This was one of the best questions I’ve ever been asked in a private coaching session. You guys…I’m still a messy work in progress. I don’t pretend to have the best or deepest faith. I don’t have it all figured out and I still struggle with doubt and fear from time to time. The one thing I do have is a deep desire to know my Creator and make Him proud of me. So today, I’m going to vulnerably share with you how to grow a deep faith. How I did it, and how you can too,…

  • Cystic Fibrosis Life,  Faith,  She Who Overcomes Podcast,  Top Episode

    9: The Courage to Look Crazy (A Story About Cystic Fibrosis and Faith)

    Vulnerable. Heart cracked wide open for you to see. That’s how I feel as I begin to bring this episode and chapter together for you. From the very beginning of this project, I knew that this would be the hardest one to share because it’s the most personal. This episode is a story about cystic fibrosis and faith. It’s my story… Episode 9 continues with chapter 8 from the She Who Overcomes book, called “She is Brave Enough to Keep Going. It’s all about embracing the courage to look crazy, and it is specifically about my story of cystic fibrosis and faith. Grab your coffee and get ready for a…

  • Blog,  Faith

    How To Spend Quiet Time With God…when it feels like He is silent

    This is one of the most common questions I get asked. How do you spend quiet time with God? Like…HOW? Sometimes people ask this from the perspective of truly wondering how to do it when they feel restless or can’t seem to to schedule it in or shut their minds off. For those people, my advice is this: schedule in even 10 minutes to read a devotional, a Proverbs a day, a Psalms a day, some worship music, SOMETHING. And then keep it up for 90 days in a row. It’s truly that simple. Just. Follow. Through. But that’s not what I want to talk about today… Today I want…

  • Blog,  Faith

    This Is Why I Sing

    The audience was full of eager worshipers, and my heart pounded with the beat of the drum as I stood on the stage, microphone in hand. This worship set was going to take every ounce of energy that I had, but I felt pretty ready. I had practiced. I had memorized the words. I had prayed. Yet…for some reason I was anxious. Ready, but anxious. There was an unsettled nervousness in my heart that I couldn’t put my finger on. Ignoring it, I pressed on and belted out the words with everything in me. That’s when it happened. I messed up the words to the second verse. While the congregation…