Here’s a brief history of who I am, what I do, and why we should be friends! I grew up in Oklahoma, my parents were high school sweethearts. When I was in middle school we moved to Texas for my dads job. I have always went to church since I was little, usually by myself. I’ve always had a desire to be in church, I would catch a ride with whoever to whatever church they were going to. It wasn’t until I was 15 years old that I asked Jesus to fully come into my heart. My whole life changed that day as the Holy Spirit took over my life.
I started college straight out of high school and finally finished when I was 26 (I married my high school sweetheart in between this period). That’s right, 7 years of college. Don’t judge me. In my defense I had a child during that time too (thank the Lord for my patient husband). I started working at a Physical Therapy clinic while I went to night classes and absolutely fell in love. I soon applied to the nearest PTA school, got picked for an interview, and was accepted! It was like the Lord was opening doors…or maybe He was tired of watching me float through life aimlessly. I graduated and received a job offer before I even graduated. I knew what I wanted to do in this world, or so I thought.
Fast forward to 10 years later and here I am. My relationship with Christ is stronger than its ever been. I have been privileged to work in every setting with Physical Therapy. Yet, I am struggling. I can feel God’s pulling, He’s drawing me out of my career and into something else. I know that God has been preparing my husband and I for ministry for years, but I’m not going to lie. I struggled and I made myself too busy. Well, God has a funny way of clearing your schedule and putting you where He wants you. My plans aren’t His plans. Sometimes we get so busy using up all of our energy trying to make life look like what we think it should.
For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith Jehovah. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts. Isaiah 55:8-9
I’m not really sure where I should be right now, I like to think that I’m in my season of change. Until then I have started this blog to reach out, testify, and maybe be a light to someone else. God has inspired me to get out of my comfort zone and write about life, family, and my Lord. Feel free to comment or message me to chat!