For the Weak and the Strong

For the Weak and the Strong

I will never make it as a gardener. I simply don’t have the motivation to endure the back-breaking, never-ending work of weeding nor the mindset to trust the process. From the very beginning, I can’t help but sow too many seeds into pods too small for roots to grow deep and strong. As those seedlings burst forth, I stand in awe like a proud momma but dread the inevitable next step . . . thinning out the weak ones. I can’t stand being the one who chooses which ones have to go. It’s not surprising, as I’ve been a softy for…

The Call to Mentor

The Call to Mentor {Podcast 710}

Do you feel like God has called you to biblically mentor the next generation, yet you’re not quite sure you are qualified, equipped, or worthy of the role? The good news is that God doesn’t look at our past to determine our future impact, especially when it comes to mentoring. His call is always fresh. He invites us to live out the Word day-by-day, and from that overflow, impact the lives around us in an intentional way. Yes, biblical mentoring comes from the overflow of our relationship with Christ as we seek to pour into the lives of those God…

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Finding Your Place with Kristen Humiston & Jennifer Booth {Podcast #710}

How many times have you asked God “why?” “Why me? Why now? Why this?” Whether you are 18, 88, or somewhere in between you’ve likely faced something that made you feel out of place, alone, and uncertain. What has been your response? Do you walk in faith or question God’s plan? Maybe you experience both those emotions? As children of God, our lives have been perfectly orchestrated by our Creator. With every challenging “why,” we can trust that His intended plan is not ruined. On this episode of the More to Be Podcast, join me as I chat with Kristen…

Evidence of God's Faithfulness in Our Hardships

Evidence of God’s Faithfulness in Our Hardships

I cringed while listening to my professor describe the Remember When assignment, which involved interviewing a parent so that we could write a paper describing our developmental process. Certainly, this assignment wasn’t designed with a middle-aged graduate school student in mind! How could my parents remember back that many decades? Even if they could, I wasn’t keen on a trip down memory lane, especially after all the time spent processing and healing from the abuse that marred my childhood. Maybe you can relate? I was relieved as my heart softened while listening to my mom recount all the good, like the…

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Growing Slow with Jennifer Dukes Lee {Podcast #709}

What if your hurry came to a screeching halt and you discovered in the process that the race to the never-ending, always-moving finish was actually doing you harm? Would you take that as a wake-up and choose to live life differently? Or would you grumble and complain, fighting against the pressure to be still and slow down? Well, for some of us, an abrupt change in the way we do life is simply hypothetical. For others, it has been a firsthand experience, where the unexpected diagnosis, unwanted betrayal, and unanticipated season of change forced our hand at evaluating priorities and redefining values. For…


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