About a year ago, my faith community said yes to a thirty year vision of allowing new expressions of church to be birthed through them. There were a few months of development, prayer, dreaming, talking and listening with leaders before we tested it with everyone else. When big things were shifting, I kept some notes … Continue reading What to do when something new is being birthed through you
So it’s been a week of snow in the Pacific Northwest. I know myself well enough to know that a few years ago, this amount of schedule changing, routine altering, unknown factors, kid managing, working from home would have left me a twisted-up anxious mess. While everyone else was outside sledding, throwing snowballs, giggling with … Continue reading Snow Day Anxiety: Learning How to Listen to Our Fear
I’m a recovering perfectionist. I think I always will be. It runs pretty deep in my DNA. A high drive to produce, contribute and make the world a more beautiful place has merit. We need people like this. And it could destroy me if I’m not careful. I have a fantastic coach I meet with … Continue reading Who gets to tell you you’re good?