Not everyone will understand you. Not everyone will like you. Did you know that it’s okay? Why is it that we think we should be liked by everyone when Jesus himself wasn’t? We are certainly no better than he is yet we all fall into this no matter how hard we try not to. I’ve … More Your Worth
This weekend I had the pleasure of spending time with an incredible group of young ladies from the Stephen F. Austin Wesley Foundation. They were the first to test out my new retreat package YOU. I always consider it a great blessing and honor to be able to stand in front of a group, whether … More My Weekend with Royalty
I remember last summer when my niece and I were talking, and she saw my ankle bracelet with a dangling crown on it. I mentioned that I needed to get her something with a crown to wear because she’s a princess. Her response was a very defensive, “No I’m not. I am not a princess.” “But … More Blast From the Past: Princess in the House
I read an article the other day, and it did nothing more than break my heart for this little girl. Here she is, just a baby really, and she has no one telling her how she was fearfully and wonderfully made. She has no one telling her that she’s beautiful. It’s literally heartbreaking to me … More Blast from the Past — My Daughter the Barbie
Every day you prepare yourself for what’s ahead. You take into consideration where you’re going and what you’ll be doing, then you choose clothes that fit the activity, and you dress yourself. Maybe you spend time working on your hair and makeup to get it just right. Before leaving your house, you take one last … More What’s Under Your Armor?
I’m still amazed at how the enemy reaches the majority of us by pointing out our imperfections even after knowing what the truth really says about us. It’s been on my mind a lot lately, so I want to take a passage from my book, Attainable Perfection. How you view yourself affects more than you realize. It … More I’m Perfect — How About You?