I caught a contradiction in my thinking the other day. So my top Love Language is “Acts of Service.” My particular variation of this aspect of the fab five is simply showing up. I don’t feel like I particularly need
New Year, New View: Conversation #2
CONVERSATION #2 Continuing a series from the last few posts… Jenn: When I read Cam’s post, a rapid fire of similar statements ran through my mind; things I heard that impacted me, along with things I am embarrassed to admit
There is a difference in being direct and being confrontational.
I’m a chicken. When I get frustrated, hurt, or offended, I want to say something. I even kinda know what I want to say, and I can for sure explain to others all the things I’m considering saying, but ultimately,
Offended by your lack of offense.
People will be offended (or confused/taken aback at the very least) by your lack of offense. As we talked through the repeat patterns of frustration in our lives, one of the girls on the call shared something she is teaching
I’m offended, and I like it.
I was talking with a great group of girls the other day. We were walking through my first official ZOOM Bible Study, exploring “Don’t Be Mad at Your Yes.” I love how God moves through simple conversation with honest and
He Entrusted Himself to Him Who Judges Justly
Let’s keep going with Esther. While I would love to see myself as Esther in this story, truth be told, I toggle between being a Mordecai (not bad) and Haman (not good). It’s interesting to read how people interpret the