LIFE LESSONS: Courage to Begin

I’m an artist, writer, speaker. An initiator, leader, dreamer, visionary. All of these require Courage. Courage to begin. But sometimes I get stuck. Lack of vision, opportunity? Occasionally. More often than not, I’m overwhelmed with all the possibilities. When I find myself in that place, indecision grips me. Indecision promotes procrastination. Procrastination opens the door to fear and failure. I am

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Woven GNO: Self-Image

Our August Girls’ Night Out rocked! 62 women from 6+ churches came together for worship and the word. Here’s a sample from my notes: Can you remember when you were first aware of your weight? I was in 2nd grade. My mother would send me out the door, but just as the bus was reaching the stop, I was suddenly ill

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Life Lessons: The Nitty Gritty

My grandsons Jude and Isaac playing in the sand   The nitty gritty truth? I love the beach. Hate the sand. An oxymoron? I suppose so. After all, the beach is sand and sand is the beach: a beautiful host to the immense ocean. It provides a homecoming for the tide. It harbors hidden treasures, empty shells, a foreground for unending

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Woven Girls’ Night Out 1-2-3!

WE ARE LOVING OUR GIRLS’ NIGHT OUT!! Yes, there is a double meaning intended in this statement because LOVING OUR GALS and LOVING GOD is what we’re all about!! AND…When we have an entire evening devoted to exactly that? Well, it’s pretty amazing!! Yes, it is! Our 1st WGNO was in June, but in my heart it

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Woven Women JAPAN UPdate

We love hearing from our Woven sisters in Japan. Leader Tash Horner (the blonde in picture) recently sent this update on her group… We have completed the fourth Woven evening! We’ve had a shift in the group with one lady leaving and going back to America and two lovely new ladies joining us. I’ve found that are connecting more


Lady Liberty

Lady Liberty. I have loved this woman since the day I first knew of her. Even as a child, she fascinated me, stirring a longing deep within for “Liberty and Justice for All.” Her beauty astounded me. Her majesty–I could not escape!   No matter how many times I’ve spied her via photo, freeway, ferry, boat, from the sky above

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The Man in the Pink Bikini

FAMILY TREASURES… For 15 years, my Boy and I have enjoyed burying our toes in the gorgeous white sands of the Gulf of Mexico. Our speck on the map is appropriately named– Treasure Island. It’s truly a treasure tucked into our 17 years of marriage: a time of rejuvenating our relationship, basking in the beauty of God’s creation, a home away from

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Woven: It’s Girl Time!!

I was up with the birds this morning~ they were very chipper and chirping at 4am! I couldn’t help but share their joy, their songs of expectation. After a long vacation, I feel like a solar-powered Energizer Bunny! I’ve stored up lots of energy and Vitamin D: ready to roll with Woven Women! I’ve truly

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I Will Not Be Silent…

I apologize for being silent. The past 30 days have taken me to Williamsburg, Virginia to speak at the Secrets Conference, then to Las Vegas for the Arbonne International Global Training Conference, and this past weekend to Washington D.C. for the End Exploitation Summit. These events have left me somewhat speechless: not for lack of thought

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White Flags: I Surrender “My Children”

  White Flags is a new series stemming from our Woven Weekend 2014: FREEDOM. I will be discussing some of the heartfelt needs that our women wrote on their flags, carried to the altar, and surrendered to the Lord. Maybe the answer to someone else’s need will uncover your need! TODAY’S FLAG: “I give you my children. They are

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