Color me surprised: it’s already 2015. And as per usual, I remember that bloggers celebrate their past year last week.
There’s no time like the present, though. Here for your reading pleasure: My most popular posts of 2014.
“I see that the freedom I give to my kids will rub off on me. Letting go of anxiety will lighten not just my shoulders, but my kids’. The patience and grace I give myself will affect how I parent. How I treat my kids is a magic portal into my heart–and vice versa.”
The Brief Moments Where I Did Not Hate the Bible for SheLoves Magazine
“Recently, I started paying attention to those brief moments when I didn’t hate the Bible. And I noticed a very creepy inner dialogue….”
I have to shut down everything except the core of my identity in Christ. I have to know who I am. I know I’m not a threat, a heretic, or going to hell.
“Less. Grace. Enough. And a deep understanding that More will come in its own good time, and not on my own power.”
What’s the payoff of feeling all that negative stuff?
Freedom. Your real self gets to come play with God, with other people, with yourself. The divide–the split—gets healed, and we become one person.
Image courtesy 12th St David cropped by me.