Fear can feel overwhelming when you are faced with a family emergency or crisis situation. Knowing how to lean in to gratitude in those moments can be the most powerful way to disarm our fears. In this week's podcast, Bethany shares how a scary experience with her family reminded them that gratitude is greater than the fears we face.
From the moment our children are born we are overcome with great love and joy. And, at that same moment, fear begins to creep in for their safety, well-being, and their future. The older they get, the more our fears can get out of control as they want more freedoms. In this week’s podcast, Bethany shares how we face our fears to let them fly.
We are all faced with fear every day. Those pesky fearful thoughts that get stuck on a loop and play over and over in our brain keep us from launching out, taking risks, and staying connected. Silence the fear monsters and follow peace!
Why is busyness our constant status? Going from here to there, and everywhere, seems to equal our worthiness, value, and importance. Yet, we are more burned out, exhausted, resentful, short-tempered, angry, highly caffeinated, and barely surviving. So how do we move from a busy life to a life of purposeful fullness? Listen to Bethany's new... Continue Reading →
Thought for the day: Everyday we are all faced with a battle for significance. We become workaholics with no boundaries. We post on Facebook and Twitter looking to be liked. We become consumed by fitness and fade diets because we want to impress. We go into debt for all sorts of things to look the... Continue Reading →
Did you ever notice right before you breakthrough into a new amazing season of life, all chaos seems to come to a head making you want to give up? As the saying goes, "It's darkest before the dawn." It's during these seasons, the darkest moments, you must remember to pause, quiet yourself, and stay hidden... Continue Reading →
“Hurry up, you’re taking too much time, come on, let’s go, let’s go, let’s go, we only have so much time left, move it, move it, move it.” I found myself saying that to my six year old daughter the other morning when I decided to sit in bed and drink my coffee and watch... Continue Reading →