Lean On Me

My friend Anne Marie Miller has a new book out. It’s called Lean On Me and it’s about something that’s important to me…forming intentional, vulnerable and consistent community. In the age of social media and revolving homes and jobs, a life-giving and truth-telling community can be hard to pin down. But I believe it’s worth the fight.  (The […]

Jesus Is Better

This might be the worst book review ever…mostly because the book {Jesus is Better Than You Imagined} was such an impactful read that I’ve already passed it along to a friend. So no I won’t be sharing all the quotes I underlined {and there were a lot} or all the incredible endorsements {and there were a […]

UNdoing Hatred

Everywhere I turn these days people seem to be perturbed, to be brimming over with anger, to be teetering on the edge of hatred. On the gridlocked roads. In crowded football stadiums. On the interwebs. We rage. We incite. We defend. And we all have our excuses about why our latest outrage is justifiable. WE […]

Looking Back at IF:Gathering

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Last weekend I gathered with 1,200 women in Austin, Texas, and more than 40,000 online for the first IF:Gathering. Truth be told, both attendees and organizers weren’t quite sure what to expect. The vision to “gather, equip, and unleash the next generation of women to live out their purpose” was clear but everything else was […]

Up On The Watershed

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Up on the watershed, standing at the fork in the road, you can stand there and agonize till your agony’s your heaviest load. You’ll never fly as the crow flies, get used to a country mile. When you’re learning to face the path at your pace, every choice is worth your while. Well, there’s always retrospect to light […]