Masterpiece Monday – Dr. Jason

Dr. Jason is my amazing chiropractor and I always enjoy the encouraging atmosphere during my visits to his office. If you’re in the Greater Fort Hood Area, I highly recommend Corrective Chiropractic on Indian Trail. ********* What special skills and abilities has God given you? How did you discover them? How are you using them […]

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Defending the Dream

If you’ve ever had a dream, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve had to defend it at some point. Not everybody is going to be on board with the direction you’re headed.  Some will guess you’ve gone crazy. Others might think you’re being reckless with your resources. Still others might assume you’re neglecting other responsibilities […]

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Word Nerd Wednesday – Humility

My dear friend Michelle Bengtson is back around My Messy Desk today sharing about a word that can be hard to swallow! But I love the insights she shares about how to apply this to our lives as we become MASTERPIECES – more like Christ in every way! ********* Humility: the state of being humble; […]

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(re)Designing the Dream

Once we get good at laying down the dream, it gets a lot easier to allow God to transform our ideas to match His own. What My Messy Desk is today is a far cry from the way the dream began. Who knows what it will look like when it’s all said and done? I thought […]

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Word Nerd Wednesday – Prophesy

 My sweet friend and fellow Mil Spouse, Kristi Woods, joins us today. I just know you’re going to enjoy her in depth look at this word! ********* Prophesy: verb intransitive Webster’s 1828 Dictionary: To utter predictions; to make declaration of events to come. In Scripture, to preach; to instruct in religious doctrines; to interpret or […]

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Laying Down the Dream

Why would God give me a dream that He knows I’ll never see come to fruition? I’m sure that’s a question my friend Grey asked many times as she grieved the Death of her Dream.  Does that seem cruel to you? Like unnecessary suffering and heartache when you might have been content to keep with […]

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