What is the difference between being people who say, “anytime will do” and those who say (even to “good” opportunities) “my time has not yet come”? That’s what today’s Make it Count Monday video is all about.
Today is first Advent and the official start of our We Will Wait devotional journey! I’m so glad you’ve decided to join me as we walk through the Advent season, exploring the theme of hope, peace, joy and love. If you haven’t already purchased the We Will Wait devotional guide, you can find it in the store for $4.99. But whether you purchase the devotional or not, you are more than welcome to join our Facebook group for link to all video updates! Here is the first video, but from here on out I will only be posting these video in the Facebook group, so come on over and join over 300 people as we celebrate the coming of our Saviour, the gift of His intimate presence, the reality of God With Us.
I’d love to hear your thoughts and comments on these videos. If something stands out to you from today’s reading and reflection, please comment here or on the Facebook group and join the conversation as we grow together.
It’s been a few weeks since I received my genetic testing results and I’ve had a change of heart about how I feel about them. The burden of the FACTS are too heavy for me to carry, but the weight of His TRUTH is a burden I can bear with His strength.
This news is important to me and very personal, but rather than explaining it to everyone individually, I wanted to share it here so that you all know where I’m at. Thank you for your love and support. If you want more info on the BRCA2 gene, you can read about it here.
I wasn’t able to attend the morning session of a retreat I was speaking at this past weekend because of my uncle’s funeral. Instead I recorded the session and would love for you to have a listen and hopefully be encouraged. Remember, wherever you’re at in you’re journey, we’re all in process and we all have access to the most amazing promise – His Presence.