Honored to be sharing over at She Believes today. Writing about one of my favorite Bible heroes: Mary Magdalene. I just love her story and her all in devotion to the Savior. Would love to have you join me at: http://shebelieves.co/mary-magdalene-ultimate-makeover-day-5/ Much love, Jen
A little note about today's post: Yesterday was hard. Really hard. Things like sicknesses, a car accident, having to cancel a long anticipated vacation, and listening to too much news all swirled together to create one heck of an internal storm. Yet, the lesson I had been planning to teach to 3 year old's today
Rewriting my manuscript has not been easy (Rewriting). But it has been transforming as each day I come empty handed before God and ask Him to pour His words through me. I keep thinking of the Israelites as they wandered in the desert collecting just enough manna for the day. No more, no less. Just
Recently, it occurred to me that I haven't really posted much about my book or the writing process. Mostly, because I've been using every free second to write the book! But also because God has been using this process of book writing to prune some very deep parts of my heart. This process has exposed weaknesses
A blank screen taunts you: You can't A rejected proposal mocks you: You're not A non-existent platform ridicules you: No one cares A deadline intimidates you: You're just not good enough But then..... The Author of history. The Author of your story, and of every story, speaks. His words rise up from the ashes of your despair.