How sharing my heartbreaking story SAVED a person’s life—still humbled

Are you curious about God’s purpose for your life? Do you wonder if it’s possible to discover it? You may even be wondering if you’ve missed it somehow. I totally get that! Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could know for sure that you’re totally in God’s will for your life? You’re not alone. All over the world there are people just like you, wondering … and wandering. At times you question why you are here on earth. You have {Read More}

#WALKITOUT 004: The Star Part 1

My guests for #WALKITOUT 002 are Academy Award® nominee Timothy Reckart and The Star‘s executive-producer DeVon Franklin. You can read more about my exciting trip to Hollywood and my amazing opportunity to interview the cast of The Star here. My guests for #WALKITOUT 002 are Academy Award® nominee Timothy Reckart and The Star‘s executive-producer DeVon Franklin. You can read more about my exciting trip to Hollywood and my amazing opportunity to interview the cast of The Star here. Timothy Reckart {Read More}

My One Decision That Changed Everything

My One Decision That Changed Everything an Excerpt from Walk It Out: The Radical Result of Living God’s Word One Step at A Time In everyone’s story comes a defining moment when life takes a turn. I didn’t see the twist coming, and looking back it almost seems too ordinary an event to be considered “the moment.” But as I ponder all that has happened since then, I have no doubt that everything changed one quiet, early morning in 1999—the {Read More}

#WALKITOUT 003: Janet McHenry

My guest for #WALKITOUT 003 is Janet McHenry. Janet McHenry is a speaker and the author of 21 books, including her best-selling PrayerWalk: Becoming a Woman of Prayer, Strength, and Disciple, as well as five others on prayer. She literally walks it out in her small town in the Sierra Valley in northern California, where she walks and prays for the people, businesses, local government agencies, and schools. A retired high school English teacher, Janet says she and her rancher husband {Read More}

#WALKITOUT 002: Teri Lynne Underwood

My guest for #WALKITOUT 002 is Teri Lynne Underwood. Teri is a pastor’s wife and girl mom. She loves words and coffee. Believes in lopsided living and dwelling in grace. She’s the author of Praying for Girls: Asking God for the Things They need Most. I hope you enjoy this episode with Teri Lynne Underwood! You can listen to the show below! And of course, I would love if you would share with your friends. Links from the show Life Interrupted (now {Read More}

You’ve Changed! {Three GOOD habits to overcome the BAD habits that plague you}

I’m glad we’re friends now, but you might not have felt the same if we would have met when I was in high school. I wasn’t following God. I was very much into my boyfriend. I cussed and watched horrible movies. I even got into a fist fight. (Okay, the truth was I got into two.) I’m not proud of the person I was, and I have to admit it wasn’t easy to change. Even after I became a Christian {Read More}

Walk it Out Stories: Afraid to Surrender | Katie Orr

We spent days painting it and (in our teenage minds) it was a masterpiece. Using a 1980s overhead projector and a transparency picture of clip-art Jesus, a few friends of mine and I traced and painted a floor-to-ceiling image of Christ for the youth group room. Including one arm stretched forward, He stood with a finger pointing right at the viewer. At the bottom of the mural was the caption, “Count the Cost,” serving as the foundation for the artist’s {Read More}

Walk It Out Stories: Live Like You Believe You Are Radically Loved | Jeannie Blackmer

As a recovering performance-oriented, people pleasing, recognition-seeking devotee, I’m learning to live knowing, without a doubt, I am radically loved. What does that mean? For me, it means: I’m learning to NOT base my identity on what I do, but ONLY on What God says about me.   It means living radically different than I have in the past. I’ve spent most of my life focused on doing. As a young girl, I was the good girl. I got good grades. {Read More}

Walk it Out Stories: Why My Teenage Abortion Made Me Want to Live for the Fame of God’s Name | Lisa Lloyd

“Who is a God like Thee? Who pardons iniquity and passes over the rebellious acts of the remnant of His possession. He does not retain His anger forever because He delights in unchanging love” Micah 7:18 (NAS). I became a Christian when I was six years old. But as a teenager, I replaced the guiding voice of the Holy Spirit with the voice of my peers, especially teen boys. And like too many fifteen-year-old girls entranced by the desire to {Read More}

Walk it Out Stories: 100% Sold Out | Robin Lee Hatcher

Last month, I had the blessing of reading Tricia Goyer’s new book, Walk It Out. From the blurb: When women stop focusing on their own dreams and purposes, and instead focus on God’s dreams and purposes, everything changes.” Friends, may I just say, add this book to your reading list at once. It is a powerful and personal book that will challenge you (as it did me) to walk out your faith according to biblical principles. It’s been a long {Read More}

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