I used to roll my eyes when I would see yet another social media post about someone choosing a word for the year. I thought it was silly. How could choosing a word to focus on for an entire year help anyone? But then last year at this time I was so broken and parts… Continue reading Just One Word
I have always been a passionate person. When I was three or four, I told anyone who would listen that I was going to go to Central Bible College when I grew up. Around that same age, I started singing solos in church. Another year or so later, I started acting/singing in musicals at church.… Continue reading Putting The Puzzle Back Together
I work for a nonprofit that provides helpers for adults with developmental disabilities. I cannot share any personal details of the ladies I work with, but something happened yesterday that really blessed me. Out of the three ladies that I work with, I work with one the most - the other two are in day… Continue reading Kisses To The Holy Spirit
He found him in a desert land, and in the howling waste of the wilderness; He encircled him, He cared for him, He kept him as the apple of His eye."Deuteronomy 32:10 ESV As I have mentioned before, I have a bonsai that I treasure. I started it from a seed, and although that was… Continue reading When It Comes To Loss
Whatever we plant in our subconscious mind and nourish with repetition and emotion will one day become a reality."Earl Nightingale Many of us have heard the popular catchphrase "what you think about, you bring about." It seems so trite to me - like a bossy older sibling talking down to you from their place of… Continue reading Planting Reality
I remain confident of this: I will see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living."of David, Psalm 27:13 Psalm 27 is a grateful outpouring of King David's heart - one that proclaims the protection and provision of the Lord over him. If you are familiar with the life of David, you… Continue reading The Land Of The Living
I may write pretty words sometimes, but I am a real human with real issues. Yesterday/today was rough, but now I can smile and say, "Hi, I'm Misty, and I hate math."