This blog post has been written in conjunction with a LIVE teaching that I did on Instagram for Believers on Track. WHO Before I discuss WHAT comparison and competition are, WHY we want to tackle these things and HOW we can do that, I firstly want to highlight WHO this teaching is for. You would… Continue reading Tackling comparison in a competition-based field.
I regularly “check-in” with God to make sure I’m still walking in the path He has for me. Am I still doing (or moving towards) what He’s called me to do, and how He’s called me to do it? As I’ve gone through my journey, I have seen Him continually refine the “how”, giving me… Continue reading Physical & Spiritual Training
#ObedienceOverAppearance This has been my hashtag since 2013 and is really the message that the Lord is birthing through my life. The saying was conceived in me when I wrote the extended edition of my first book, G.I.R.L Esteem (in 2013), and began as a movement to see young women prize the fear of the Lord… Continue reading Obedience Over Appearance
We all love to hear the good news of a new life entering the world; it warms our hearts and brings a smile to our face as we get a first glimpse of these gorgeous miracles… there’s just something about a new birth that gets you pondering. Yesterday, after hearing the good news of a… Continue reading Birthing your purpose
I have often felt that September / October has signified a new season. That may be because of when the school year begins (and so I’ve generally begun a new work schedule) or because of the new athletics season and a return to winter training. Nevertheless, since 2013, September / October has consistently led into… Continue reading Any day now
Last week at fellowship, we were having a discussion about whether we truly see ourselves as beautiful the way Abba has made us. Of course, we all know that beauty is not only outward, but the question still remains: do we think that we are physically beautiful? If not, the question then becomes: are you… Continue reading Purpose makes a masterpiece
The thing I find the most difficult is knowing I’ve grown, knowing I’ve progressed, knowing things are different but still finding myself in a place where I see no difference outwardly. It’s this kind of thinking that makes it difficult when you see others progressing… this kind of thinking makes it difficult to truly rejoice… Continue reading Still waiting…