faith: noun: complete trust or confidence in someone or something. On Sunday (October 1, 2017) thousands of lives were forever changed by the events that took place but my life wasn't personally forever changed by them until that next Wednesday evening. This is something that I've not shared until this point because it's been a … Continue reading Vegas Changed Us
Re•la•tion•ship noun the way which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected. Thirty days from now my fiancé and I will be saying "I do!" And as our wedding draws near to a marriage that we feel will be exciting and full of adventure, I accepted a challenge of praying over him and … Continue reading Completeness in Christ
O•ver•whelm verb: bury or drown beneath a huge mass I am overwhelmed. As I sat down today to pull out my prayer journal, pens and Bible; the knot in my stomach grew and the tightness in my chest felt like it was going to explode. And an explosion is just what happened. Tears. Everywhere. … Continue reading Rest in the Stress
spring: (intransitive verb form) to be resilient or elastic/to move by force/ to issue with speed/ to grow as a plant/ to come into being/ to make a leap of series of leaps. Spring is here! The season of new beginnings! That long awaited moment to pull the curtains back, draw the shades and open … Continue reading All Things New
Combat Order: (plural noun) Orders containing instructions for operations in a military campaign (as letters of instruction, operation orders, and administrative orders) The act of war or art of war fascinates us. We admire the dedication that these men and women have to fight to, in some sad cases, fight to their death. No promises are … Continue reading Oh Captain, My Captain!
rush: (intransitive verb form) to move forward, progress, or act with haste or eagerness or without preparation or(transitive verb form) to push or impel on or forward with speed, impetuosity, or violence. The word 'RUSH' has been said to me many times today and each time it's followed by a simple statement: This morning on the … Continue reading Rushing in Purpose