Posts in In the Glow
Gradient Week 6

I am a daughter of the Most High God. He loves me explicitly and loves everything about me. When He looks at me, He only sees the child He loves and all of the plans He has for my future. He doesn't see my past... but, I do. Other people do. For many of us, once this thought enters it creates a dichotomy in our reality and we're back to the barren wasteland.

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Gradient Week 5

In the waiting room of seasons, we are the ones spending our time looking out the window at the beautiful blue sky while reflecting on God's goodness instead of constantly checking our watches in order to count the second-hand movement tick by tick. Shifting your focus onto all of the ways God is blessing you, large and small, keeps you focused on the goodness and faithfulness of your Father. It is this faithfulness that carries you through each “to.”

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Gradient Week 1

You can never do anything to jeopardize your role as His daughter. Ever. Period. This is your identity. This is your amazing truth. When someone asks you to define what or who you are, you can simply and honestly say you are a child of God.

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My Coffee Run

Small acts of kindness can speak volumes about God's boundless and unconditional love, especially when they come in moments of real need. It's incredible to me to know that God used a turkey sandwich and some bananas to speak into this young man's life.

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What's Next, God?

When you're in bondage in an area of your life, freedom can feel overwhelmingly impossible.
We're conditioned that success equals hard work, and so it seems counterintuitive that slaying our giants would simply require giving it to Him and resting. And while it's simple, it's not always easy.

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The Better Plan

Everything makes much more sense in hindsight. Is easier to trust and rest when we can see an overview of God's bigger plan - as we map out our traveled route. But when life takes sudden turns and unexpected stops the hardest part is in the unknown. Are we lost? Are we where we're supposed to be? Melissa shares her journey, the pit stops, and hopeful future in this personal story about motherhood.

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Manifesto - Chapter 2

I realized I had been so restless about it because it hadn't run through "Mio's Creative Process." I had little to no clue who the women of grace were. What's worse is that my perspective was off and I had a lot of misconceptions. However, God knows exactly who we are as individuals and as a community.

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Manifesto - Chapter 1

I can lose my grip on big picture concepts from time to time. I admit I had experienced mood swings with how I felt about our manifesto (mission statement). I also felt awkward about how to explain the reason behind the roots of In the Glow. In my preparations for Storyteller Sunday a couple of weeks ago, I discovered some things that blessed me to pieces!

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My Dream Came to an End

. Why did I give up?  I suppose most people have gone through this almost/halfway/maybe/not quite obtaining the pinnacle of a dream experience. Becoming resigned to the outcome, but disappointed and still having the desire to go further. A dream half realized.  I know I have and I actually thought it was God’s will for me to give up the dream in the same way I thought it was His will for me to begin. 

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