We can survive six rounds of chemo.
We would get a 9 month break after those six rounds of chemo.
God will birth a ministry out of your passion to engage with others.
You can continue to do ministry while your husband takes chemo.
On the job training isn’t as painful as I thought it would be.
You can learn as you go.
The hardest part of ministry, or even life, is not the haters.
Haters are consistent. They are predictable. They make sense.
Not everyone will get what God has called you to do.
I found my mission. My purpose. God’s will for me!
My mission doesn’t change even when things around me do.
You can start over any minute of any day.
Some friends will surprise you in the best of ways.
Other friends will surprise you in the worst of ways.
God will take your breath away – which is the best surprise!
You are confident! No one stole it – it was just buried.
God does answer prayer and sometimes it’s fast and in the most unlikely way.
You will not accomplish your goals by accident.
God has given you some absolutely AMAZING friends.
God will build a Tribe around you if you just show up.
Sometimes all you can do is just show up.
Raising adopted bulldogs will be hard and you will learn so much about yourself.
Your female bulldog may never love you the way your male does and that is a lesson in itself.
Let people love you the best they know how. Love people right where they are at.
God will bring you crafty friends who will say yes to a Planner Conference.
You are making an impact every day!