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Don’t Leave God Alone

Right now I’m seeking direction, or perhaps re-direction for my life online.

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Since the birth of our sweet Claire I haven’t been speaking, writing or blogging. I’ve been busy trying to keep Cohen alive (that kid is fearless!) and take care of my baby girl.  I’ve been moving house, de-cluttering, cleaning and organizing. I’ve been trying to figure out what to make for dinner each night, grocery shopping, baking and eating.

Life is full. Just being a wife, raising two kids and managing our household is a full time job. All of you who do wife, mom, house manager AND have a job/handmade business/ burgeoning blog – wow. Just wow.

So now that I’m starting to get a bit more sleep and feel my creativity returning, I’m seeking God in a big way. What is the next step with speaking? With writing? With my online life?

I’ve decided that I’m not going to leave God alone until I get some answers. I don’t want to move until He tells me which direction we’re going. I don’t want to start a project, write a blog post, or re-design my website until He weighs in on it. Well, that’s not entirely true.

I will keep moving forward – in my pursuit of intimacy with Jesus.

In my quest to be a better wife, a more patient mother.

But in terms of my creative/ministry pursuits, I’m waiting.

I’m seeking. I’m asking. I’m knocking.

What about you? Are you seeking direction right now, or moving full steam ahead with God-idea?

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