Finding Freedom from Emotional Eating

For most of my life, I wouldn’t have said I had an eating disorder.  To me, “eating disorders” were things like anorexia and bulemia: big, life-altering struggles that required the intervention of doctors, therapists and pastors.  I never realized that every time I ran to the fridge for a snack when I felt sad, or … Continue reading Finding Freedom from Emotional Eating

That Time Spring Hit the Colorado Rockies (And My Life)

I didn’t plan on spending five or six weeks of my spring 2018 in the mountains of Colorado. Not that I’m complaining, mind you: spring in Colorado is gorgeous. Witnessings the transformation into spring is even more of a marvel. But it wasn’t on my plan. (Hello, that’s why I call myself a “recovering control … Continue reading That Time Spring Hit the Colorado Rockies (And My Life)

Weightless Warrior: On Fencing Well at 30,000 Feet

NOTE: The following is a featured post from 2016 which first appeared on my former creative blog, Scrappy Storyteller. I'm sharing this as a way of embracing my past creative self and sharing ideas she had that, well, still matter today. Enjoy! “Be fully present. Feel your heart. And engage the next moment without an … Continue reading Weightless Warrior: On Fencing Well at 30,000 Feet

When EL SHADDAI Meets FOMO: Who’s really driving our pursuit of love, creativity and money

“Yes, God is more than ready to overwhelm you with every form of grace, so that you will have more than enough of everything--every moment and in every way. He will make you overflow with abundance in every good thing you do.” -- 2 Corinthians 9:8 (Passion Translation) Ever since I began intentionally cultivating my … Continue reading When EL SHADDAI Meets FOMO: Who’s really driving our pursuit of love, creativity and money

Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow: Expressing my spiritual journey through cut, color and length

I’m in a struggle with my hair right now. The kind of struggle only a prophet goes through, I suppose, as she’s figuring out how to walk out her spiritual journey in her dress and hair choices. I do believe as a daughter of God, I’m supposed to be distinctive. He loves me, He has … Continue reading Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow: Expressing my spiritual journey through cut, color and length

Dancing in the Footsteps of St. Hildegard, Part 1

Names matter. I've always loved asking people about their names, and what they mean. People, too, often ask me where the name for this blog--"That Fiery Dance"--came from.For me, "That Fiery Dance" has many meanings. And I'm sure it may have some totally different for you. First, for me it's a nod to freedom. (Because … Continue reading Dancing in the Footsteps of St. Hildegard, Part 1