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Mar 9th

Unfinished

2017-03-09T12:29:11+00:00 Mar 9th|Blog|51 Comments

My new single "Unfinished" was released today on all platforms. Click here to listen. I've been thinking about the importance of the message in my latest song. I beat myself up ... a lot. I would never talk to anyone the way I speak to myself sometimes. Ask me what my best qualities are and [...]

Feb 14th

The Single Way to do Valentine’s Day

2017-05-06T17:42:09+00:00 Feb 14th|Blog|8 Comments

I was honored to be asked to write an article about Valentine's Day from a single woman's perspective for MTL Magazine (an online women's magazine designed to bring you more to life). Single living as a godly woman is a subject I feel very strongly about, and have MANY years of experience in (if you [...]

Jan 1st

Siesta Scripture Memory Team

2017-01-01T13:50:41+00:00 Jan 1st|Blog|25 Comments

I was a member of Travis Cottrell's worship team for Beth Moore's Living Proof Live events for 5 years. It was one of the greatest seasons of my life. To this day I see the ripple effects of all that I learned from Travis and Beth, and the amazing team I traveled with. Several of [...]

Feb 14th

Single Appreciation Week-Day 5

2014-02-14T00:04:26+00:00 Feb 14th|Blog|88 Comments

To conclude our series of blogs celebrating our singleness, I wanted to highlight a couple of my friends who are single, content and living abundantly! If you have ever seen Luci Swindoll speak, you know the wisdom and joy she possesses as a vibrant never-been-married woman in her 80's. Luci has never really desired to [...]

Feb 12th

Single Awareness Week-Day 4

2014-02-12T22:34:57+00:00 Feb 12th|Blog|127 Comments

I am a true believer in gaining wisdom from people who have walked the path you hope to walk. Many singles don't necessarily want to get married...more on that tomorrow. But for those of us who have that desire in our hearts, there is a lot we can learn from our married family and friends. [...]