On Monday, I was feeling really discouraged. Monday night, I had a life coaching session of my own. It was powerful, I think I can even say it was life-changing. 6 Ways to Defeat Discouragement We talked about what life might look like for me in 10 years, and I was coming from a fear and shame-based […]
I’m putting down my poster boards and picking up a glass of cold water to take my neighbor, across the picket lines. Now, more than ever, our country needs messy grace. It is time to move forward, friends. And for me, moving forward means getting back to the purpose of Grace is Messy.
If you’ve ever felt lost, lonely, or just plain stuck, this letter is for you.
My friend Sarah’s story is being featured today by The Good News Network.
Her interview garnered lots of attention and is starting great conversations all over the place.
A movement of intentional acts of grace and unconditional love is the best way to change our world for the better. I am thankful for you, Sarah!