What the “Touch of Jesus” Really Means for Healing

Recently while reading my Bible, I came across the story of a woman’s healing that really gripped me. I've read it before, many times, but I never saw it the way I did this time around. It gave me a brand-new way to understand emotional healing that freed me to a whole new level ... … Continue reading What the “Touch of Jesus” Really Means for Healing

3 Levels of Flow You as a Woman Can Create in your Life

Photo courtesy of Krizean Josh Victa So many women ask me about the concept of FLOW. In fact, I really hadn’t thought much about it personally as a concept until I started hearing it from them.Once I started pondering the concept, however, I realized it was a key subject of God's teaching in my life … Continue reading 3 Levels of Flow You as a Woman Can Create in your Life

The Water Is Within: Why Everything You’re Looking for, You Already Have

“If you want joy, power, peace, eternal life, you must get close to, or even into, the thing that has them. They are not a sort of prize which God could, if He chose, just hand out to anyone. They are a great fountain of energy and beauty spurting up at the very centre of … Continue reading The Water Is Within: Why Everything You’re Looking for, You Already Have

“You are not my Bargain Bin Daughter” and Other Radical Things God Said to Me about Money and Shopping

From the time I was born, I’ve been a bargain shopper. Yes, like literally, I think my mom and grandma took me out bargain-hunting in a stroller. They raised me “good and frugal.” When it came to clothes shopping, deals were our best friend. If it wasn’t on sale, we didn’t buy it. Living large … Continue reading “You are not my Bargain Bin Daughter” and Other Radical Things God Said to Me about Money and Shopping

Bra Burning, Awkward Stares and Other Things that Happen When you Become a Christian Hippie

From the time I was small, my mother told me stories about the 70s. One of her favorites was about all the women who burned their bras. I got the impression she didn’t think too much of idea. Especially when many of those women put their bras back ON again in the 80s and 90s … Continue reading Bra Burning, Awkward Stares and Other Things that Happen When you Become a Christian Hippie

The Truth and the Lies of Sexual Dysfunction

“I’m sorry, young lady. You have a serious sexual dysfunction. You’re going to have to see a therapist.” I got this diagnosis when I was 25: a newly minted wife who had been a proper virgin up until a disappointing wedding night. Fresh off a confusing honeymoon, I found myself sitting in the doctor’s office … Continue reading The Truth and the Lies of Sexual Dysfunction

7 Things That Happen When You Get Emotionally Free of your Past

Sometimes, on the healing journey, it can feel impossible to believe that you will ever be free of what happened to you. You’re a goal-oriented woman, and you love to have a target to aim your arrows toward, or a finish line to run for. But when it comes to your emotions and healing from your past, … Continue reading 7 Things That Happen When You Get Emotionally Free of your Past

Breaking the Bondage of the “Good Girl” Habit for Good

“Little girls are sugar and spice and everything nice ...” From the day you were born, you were everyone’s darling. The frilly dresses. The cutesy toys. Daddy adored your dimples and Mama fussed about your hair. As you grew older, they bragged about what a “beautiful young lady” you were becoming. They applauded all your … Continue reading Breaking the Bondage of the “Good Girl” Habit for Good

Telling Your Story Is Great, But Which One are You Telling?

It takes a great deal of courage to tell your story. In my old life, before Nothing, the suitcase and cross-continental moves, I used to do a lot of coaching for women. Telling your story was something I preached and taught. And to a certain extent, I lived it. But I did not understand then … Continue reading Telling Your Story Is Great, But Which One are You Telling?