This is the BIGGEST, most common, most important question I get about my business week in and week out. Can yoga be Biblical? Some people in the church are adamant that it can't be and, unfortunately, they tend to say so with malice, anger, and true unkindness. I believe that this response is rooted in … Continue reading Can Yoga Be Biblical?
We are called to be peaceMAKERS. We must ultimately seek peace and seek it in a CONSTRUCTIVE way.
It can be HARD to do what's good for us. Anyone with me?
As I've been working my way through Proverbs, there have been many recurring themes, each one orbiting around the idea of wisdom versus foolishness. For example, working hard is wise while laziness is foolish, listening to instruction is wise while ignoring it is foolish, etc. One theme that I found especially convicting was that of … Continue reading Mindful Eating
With COVID-19, the crazy shut-downs, & the social distancing guidelines it's a unique time that we're living in. For me, this season has felt like WAITING.
Regardless of the season you are in now, or the season changes that come in 2020, you can rest in the promise that God is right there with you.
Remember, although coffee may provide a temporary burst of energy, your true strength and energy comes from the Lord!
So often in a conflict I allow my emotions, my anxiety, my immediate reaction to take control.
Today was not glamorous. It was one of those days when I had no motivation. I felt drained, distracted, tired. I didn't do my hair or put on "real" clothes). I was in slippers all day (which I LOVE by the way -- you can check them out here under Love My "Cat Shoes"). I … Continue reading Lazy Days
We all know the story of the tortoise and the hare. I always heard the version that the hare got cocky, taking a long break and allowing the tortoise to win. ... But what if there was another story? One where the rabbit so desperately wanted to win that he ran as fast as he … Continue reading Slowing Down