We Are Disciplemaker Moms: Choosing Confidence Over Doubt

When I first caught a vision for joining The Navigators, I was full of enthusiasm. My husband and I had been praying about what full time ministry to join, and it wasn’t too long before we realized that The Navigators would be a great fit. We deeply resonated with the concept of life-on-life discipleship, and we eagerly started the application process. God closed some doors … Continue reading We Are Disciplemaker Moms: Choosing Confidence Over Doubt

Advent Series: O Come, O Come, Emmanuel

O Come, O Come, EmmanuelAnd Ransom Captive IsraelThat mourns in lonely exile hereUntil the Son of God appear Rejoice! Rejoice! EmmanuelShall come to thee, O Israel As we sat together in our living room for our one-on-one, the student I was discipling began to share about a struggle she was facing. After awhile she summed it all up by saying, “But I shouldn’t talk about … Continue reading Advent Series: O Come, O Come, Emmanuel

Rooted in Hope During Transition

Some years ago God closed the door to a new ministry opportunity leaving me (and my husband) in a season of waiting. It was a challenging transition, and I regret that I often responded more out of fear and impatience than faith. I wish I could say that my reaction was a fluke, and that generally, I’ve figured out how to manage change gracefully. Unfortunately, … Continue reading Rooted in Hope During Transition