I have a hunch we’d be friends in real life.
If you’re like the women who I’ve come to know and love in this community, you’re my people.
You love your family and you love the work God has called you to do.
You somehow manage to do it all with grace.
But you struggle too.
Like me and so many of us here, you wonder if you’re doing enough.
Or if you’re doing it the right way.
Or if you’re really using the gifts God has given you to the fullest.
You sometimes struggle to know and believe you are loved.
And on the hardest days, you wonder if you are really living the life they were called to live.
Sometimes you wonder if there’s some elusive something you’re missing out on.
I feel like I know you so well because I often struggle with the same things.
I fight for joy and peace and a sense of purpose.
I sometimes wrestle with lofty words like calling and purpose in the midst of meals
and laundry and mundane everyday life.
I created this space for us.
And I hope you’ll find some easy solutions to everyday stress.
But more than that, I hope you’ll leave here more sure of who you are what God made you to do.
I pray that you will find words of hope and love here—
words that cover you and reassure you, words that challenge and inspire you,
words that place you right back into your own life
ready to serve and love your people well.
I also hope you laugh here.
And I hope you leave with a renewed sense of what it means to really see
and really care for the person right in front of you.
And then let’s make cupcakes that sparkle just for the sheer joy of making someone smile.
Let’s lavish love & pour out kindness
e v e n if no one else does and even if they call us crazy.
I even wrote an ebook about this Jesus way of hospitality and would love to get it to you. It’s free!
Click here to download it!
And speaking of being loved and cared for, let talk about soup. It’s my favorite thing way to love my people.
And they’re always hungry.
(I call myself the soup whisperer, so really, let’s make soup!)