The Quest

Today I am guest posting over on Ed Stetzer’s blog as a part of his “Thursday is for Thinkers” series. {I know, I know, I probably don’t come to the top of your mind when you list out today’s great thinkers.} I shared a little bit about the quest I’ve been on lately. And man, has it been a wild ride!

The Quest

Let me start by saying that “Thursday is for Thinkers” is probably the most intimidating title for a guest post series, at least one that I’ve contributed to. {Not sure I belong in the ‘thinker’ camp.} But regardless, I’m excited to contribute and share a little of my story and my heart.

The other night as I was scanning through Twitter, I saw a friend post a 140-character excerpt from Jesus Calling. As many have experienced who have spent any time in the work of Sarah Young, I felt like the words were written from God just for me, just for this season that I’m walking in.

“Do not fear change, for I am making you a new creation, with old things passing away and new things continually on the horizon.

When you cling to old ways and sameness you resist My work within you. I want you to embrace all that I am doing in your life, finding your security in Me alone. ”

— Sarah Young, Jesus Calling, February 17 

Click here to read the rest of the post.  And be sure to leave a comment. We are going to send one lucky commenter a Project 7 gift pack with gum, mints, t-shirts and of course, COFFEE.

Happy Thursday friends!

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Lindsey has a sincere love for her precious dogs Molly and Maisy, a good red wine and the Delta Sky Club. She spends her days (and some nights) laboring to end childhood hunger at Feed the Children and to gather, equip and unleash women at IF:Gathering.

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  • Pam Bloom

    Lindsey, Thanks for your fresh reminder to surrender to God’s will and take the next step. Your blog was just what I needed to hear this morning in the face of many family and ministry challenges. I’m going to check out Project 7 next. FYI I read your article at Ed Stetzer’s blog but I can’t find the comment box.

    • Thanks Pam! Appreciate you following the trail back here 🙂

  • Lindsey, fantastic post over on “Thursday is for Thinkers” – awesome thoughts 🙂

  • So I’m a little late to this post, but it caught me right where I am today…struggling with the next right step. It’s hard. And scary. And I really don’t know what that step is. But I want to embrace all that God is doing in my life…even in the midst of confusion and uncertainty.