Three Takeaways: Faith To Start

Three takeaways I’ve learned about having faith to start. For me, it was to do “something” with a few of my cross photos. 1) Progress is a stacking process. If I didn’t take the initial steps to do something with a few photos (taken with my iPhone), I...
Operating in Good Faith

Operating in Good Faith

Operating in “Good Faith.” I’ve decided not to distribute my newest photo devotional book through Amazon. Why? My first two books are there. Pretty much every author has their book on Amazon. Remember that their initial business model was singularly all about books....

My 5 Top Faith Lessons

#1. God works in our lives long before we are aware.   When God brings you someone (a person) something (a talent)—it just is. You don’t have to work to have it. It’s easy because it’s made for you. You will have to work to do the tasks to care, nurture and grow it,...
My Sweet Jean: Word for the Year

My Sweet Jean: Word for the Year

My word this year is short and possibly overlooked. It’s also mighty and happens to be one of my favorite words in scripture.  ‘Let’ (my other favorite word is ‘Yet’) ‘Let’ popped into my head. I didn’t know if I’d have a word this year. It’s...
The Role of Repetition

The Role of Repetition

Pretty good for a girl who had a speech impediment (speaking review in quotations below). I had a hard time pronouncing -sch, -ch, r and w sounds. The ‘r’ sound was especially hard for my mouth to form. At home, starting when I was around 2, mom made me several...