In this episode, I review my words for the liturgical year from 2019-2021. Then, I share 8 key take aways that I have noticed after incorporating the practice into my life for 11 years. If you would like to join me on the word for the liturgical year journey, you are welcome to access a PDF […]
In this episode, I review my words of the (liturgical) year from 2010-2018. I mention a PDF that I have created to facilitate the process. Those who join are also welcome to include the logo for the project when sharing about it. I also have blog posts about some of my words.
In this episode, I share glimpses into discerning personal vocation, alongside reconsidering the role of schooling and daycare in our family’s life based on how the pandemic opened me up to ideas I never would have imagined possible previously. An overarching theme from this season was better learning to live in the present moment and […]
In this episode I continue the series on discernment in recent years by explaining a time in which I was discerning on-going career layers, while also grieving letting go of some ministry dreams for the moment. I focus on three key ideas that stand out to me from that season – gratitude, simplicity, and possibilities.
In this episode I continue with my narrative on seasons of discernment in recent years, outlining how some layers unfolded when navigating nuances of where ministry fits within overall bigger picture of family discernment. Then, I explain six take aways from those experiences.
In this second episode on discernment, I explain a process of discernment related to number of kids and involvement with ministry. I outline my approach to discerning in this particular season of life and some of the perceived fruits of that discernment 6 years later.
This episode is the first in a series of episodes on discernment. This one focuses on career boundaries and reeling in passions. It outlines factors that led to me being in need of setting solid boundaries, the process I used to discern and lessons learned from the process.
Multiple years of longing for significant growth in the areas of career and family balance, desires for simplifying my life, and craving more space for silence positioned me to engage with core as my one little word for 2015. I had considered play as my word for the year, thinking about being more playful, a […]
Early in our marriage, it was evident that I am future-oriented, while my husband is more naturally able to focus on the present and not worry as much. I have had to learn to recognize that worry to trust is a continuum and to intentionally work on shifting towards trust, which supports living in the […]
For the first time, in 2014, I chose a word in Spanish for my word for the year. The word translates as health, cheers during a toast, and the phrase to say when someone sneezes, like when we say in English, “God bless you.” I decided to take some creative liberty with the different translations […]