Recent Thoughts

Over on my personal blog, I had written some things recently that may be helpful for some in ministry or helping professions, when looking at things like depression, anxiety, and burn-out, either in ourselves or our clients. As I step out in faith, and grow in the direction of focusing on these areas, I wanted… Read More

Value

One of my greatest goals is to help others recognize their own value. Because, somewhere along the way, I have realized: When you recognize your own value, it gets harder to allow others to devalue you. This is something I am currently walking through, recognizing what I can bring to the table. Recognizing my value… Read More

When the World Burns

I don’t know what Esther felt when she stood before the King’s door, knowing going in could cost her her life. I don’t know what she felt, exactly, when she said: “…if I perish, I perish” – Esther 4:16 I don’t know what Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego were feeling facing the fire, standing strong in… Read More

Winds of Change

Since I updated 2 months ago (2 months! Crazy), there have been even more changes going on in the life of this Tiny House, oily life living counselor. I have been elated at the growing relationship with my fella. I have been a part of an amazing church plant here in Oklahoma (soon, there will… Read More

A Day in the Life of an Oily, Tiny House Counselor

Today, is a day I’m so excited about: A day in my Tiny House, Oily life! Morning:   I use Thieves products to jump start my day: Toothpaste & Mouthwash. Also, I use this deoderant (A caveat is that I’ve learned that during he hottest part of summer, I am unable to continue with good hygiene… Read More

9 Things I’ve learned from 2 months of Tiny Living

As with many phases of life, a lot of experiences have recently happened: moved, started a relationship, been building a Young Living business, and joined a church plant team. Now, I would like to share with you some things I’ve learned about living tiny: First night issues may come up In every place I’ve lived, I have… Read More