Morning Walk – A 200 Word Story

She stepped out the front door into the darkness of the early morning. It seemed that she alone was awake. The world slept on while she, already having been awake for hours, started on her morning walk.  The quiet of the morning brought her restless soul some longed for peace. The streetlights, along with theContinue reading “Morning Walk – A 200 Word Story”

You are CALLED: Releasing Yourself from the Comparison Trap

And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who[a] have been called according to his purpose. For those God foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brothers and sisters. And those heContinue reading “You are CALLED: Releasing Yourself from the Comparison Trap”

Throwing out the Rules

I don’t know exactly what happened. Somewhere in the last couple weeks I lost sight of what and why I was writing. I managed to subconsciously, and soon consciously, create all of these rules for myself on writing. It amazes me how subtly things like that can seep into your creative world. I have spentContinue reading “Throwing out the Rules”

Impact of Relationships – A Thank You

What I have missed the most during this pandemic has been the ability to travel to different congregations throughout Texas. This relationship building not only plays a large part in being successful at my job, but on a personal level it has led me to some amazing relationships. Each of these relationships has helped meContinue reading “Impact of Relationships – A Thank You”

99 Word Writing Prompt: Misanthrope

She sits alone at her kitchen table. One hand casts away cigarette ashes while the other turns the final pages of her latest escape.  The knock at the door startles her. She cautiously approaches.  Peering through the peephole, she sees no one. She waits a few minutes, checks again, still no sign of anyone.  SheContinue reading “99 Word Writing Prompt: Misanthrope”