Author: Tausha J.
Every Monday I do something on Instagram called “Pray with Me Monday” and a few weeks ago we prayed for the Broke Folks. No no no, not those broke folks. The broken ones.
What are you crazy passionate about? What’s that one subject that, once you get going, no one can seem to shut you up? What makes your mind race with ideas and excitement flood your body? And please tell me why you aren’t doing anything with all of that passion? I mean seriously, how have you…
Settled but Not Settling
“Happiness.” Now there goes an interesting word. It almost seems abstract – elusive even. It’s as though it constantly lives beyond the reach of all of those who would dare to pursue it.
Start small, Think BIG
“Whatever you’re thinking, think bigger.” That’s what my mentor said to me the last time we spoke. As I shared my goals and aspirations with her, somehow she could still sense that I was selling myself short. Hey, don’t leave me out here by myself, you know you do it too.
Jesus Finished, So When Will You Start?
Forgive me for prying but I just have to ask: when are you going to get to work? Resurrection Sunday was a little over a week ago and if you’re anything like me, your day went something like this: you went to church, offered thanks and praises to our Lord and Savior for His finished…
The Gift that Uncertainty Left Behind
It was uncertainty that taught me how to trust. Like, really trust. Not the kind of trust in God that sounds good in theory but the kind that has no idea what comes next and and is able to be at peace with that. The kind that has finally come to a place where it…
Restoration is Preceded by Brokenness
Remember that promise of mine that I often talked about in my previous posts? Well, it turns out I was wrong about that and while God may still have a promise – or promises – in store for me, that particular thing was never one of them. And when I woke up on September 24th…
Remember the Last Thing
“Therefore, my beloved brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your labor is not in vain in the Lord.” -1 Corinthians 15:58
The Blessing of the Holding Pattern
When we find ourselves caught between where we’ve been and where we’re going, we can start to wonder if we should go back where we came from. The door in front of us is taking longer to open than our patience can tolerate and we begin to ask ourselves if we made a mistake –…
Put Some Action on Your Faith
God gave me some instructions the other day that frustrated me. I wanted to cry. I felt like the thing He was asking me to do would set me back in so many ways, including prolonging the time it will take for me to reach a very important personal goal of mine.