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Wild Woman

Woman with wild hair in yellow blouseYesterday I was a wild woman. My hair looked like I’d stuck my finger in a socket. But who has time to¬†fix her hair when life is so much fun?

My desk¬†was an avalanche of papers: notes from my Client Coaching sessions, a bright salmon/orange-colored notebook filled with ideas and to-do lists for the RELEASED Women’s Conference in April, a recent Speaking presentation.¬†Dishes piled all over the kitchen counter. The house and car need cleaning.

Despite what seems like chaos on the outside though, great things are being accomplished. (I’m washing the dishes and organizing my desk¬†after this blog post!)

I’m SOOO excited about the conference; I can’t wait! Sponsors have been so generous, God is downloading just the right rhema word to the speakers, we have a powerful worship leader, and women are coming from across the U.S., Canada, and other places to worship God, to be encouraged, and to have fun!

You have only two more days to get the Early Bird Price.

Maybe you think you don’t have the money to attend, or it’s too far to drive or fly from where you live. Pray. God is able! Click here to save your spot.

The Circle Maker

I’m reading a new book this week called The Circle Maker: Praying Circles Around Your Biggest Dreams and Greatest Fears.***¬† My sweet friend Jennifer Whiddon read it and thought of me, and sent it in the mail as a gift. The author, Mark Batterson, says we often pray and believe too small.

God is a big God. He wants to do so much more for us than we think. (Ephesians 3:20). The New King James Version says He is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think!

Here’s what Batterson writes on page 45:

“Nothing honors God more than a big dream that is way beyond our ability to accomplish.¬†Why? Because there is no way we can take credit for it. And nothing is better for our spiritual development than a big dream because it keeps us on our knees in raw dependence on God.”

God has definitely been “spiritually developing” me. This conference was a leap of faith for me. There are a lot of costs to putting something like this on. It’s a lot of work. I can’t do it alone. I have to force ask my family for help and delegate tasks. There’s so much to get done to prepare for the conference. It’s just all way bigger than me and my abilities. But I’m so excited. It’s going to be amazing! And when all is said and done, God will get the glory!

What dream do you have that is way beyond your ability? Ask Him for it. Watch and see what He will do. I’m not just a wild woman. He’s a wild God!

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