Monday, November 23, 2015

It’s Up to Me

Help me not to worry about tomorrow, but to worship the One who holds tomorrow.



I pushed send and began to pray.

God, I need Your favor. Please help them to like this idea.

From there, I began “pray continually” as  the Bible puts it.

 Lord, I need your help here. I think this is what You want me to do. I want to do what You want me to do. This is what You want me to do isn’t it? If they say “no”, then what am I going to do, Lord? I really don’t know another direction to go if they don’t say “yes”. I’d have to start from scratch. I just don’t know if I have it in me to start over. What if I have to start over?

Somewhere, in the middle of my praying, my thoughts had crossed over from praying continually to worrying continually. And once I let the switch from faith to fear set it, my thoughts took off like a spooked horse. It seemed there was no getting them back.


It causes me to not seek God first, but instead to constantly focus on and planning for tomorrow. Thinking about, dwelling on the what if’s instead of living in the here and now. Not enjoying Jesus, His love and His presence in my day.

Jesus tells us in Matthew 6:33 – 34 But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.” (NIV) 

He gives us His direction: seek first My kingdom. Seek meaning: to go in search or quest of. I seem to want to seek worry. He tells me to seek to worship. To not worry about tomorrow, but worship the One who holds tomorrow. Then, the rest of the verse can come together, “all these things will be given to you as well.” 

All these things? What are all these things Jesus is referring to?

In the verses preceding, He is speaking on the typical things we worry about; our needs. He reassures us: when we are intentional to set our heart on His heart He takes care of what is close to our heart! So at this point – it’s up to me.

I’d love to wrap this post up with a pretty, pink bow saying, “When I stopped worrying, He answered my prayer.” But I can’t say that … yet. Today, I’ll still working with the Holy Spirit to seek Him, not what He can do. I think that, seeking His presence in my day, is really my greatest need of all.

Lord, help me not worry about tomorrow, but worship, You, the One who holds tomorrow. You’ve got what concerns me, because You’ve got me right in Your hand.



Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Why I Quit Social Media {Wednesday Wisdom Tip}

Makeup Makes Me Feel Better from Essena O'Neill on Vimeo.

(If you cannot see the video, click here.)

“When you allow yourself to be defined by numbers, you allow yourself to be defined by something that is not pure.”

That is what social media sensation Essena O’Neill shared on her YouTube video. The model from Australia, boasting 500,000 followers on Instagram, shared on what she called her video to her 12 Year Old Self, “I had it all and I was miserable…it is not real and it is not love. I was doing all I could to prove to the world I am important, I am beautiful and I am cool … Is spending your entire day proving to the whole world you are amazing worth it? It’s not life … I am a lot more than my appearance. My self-esteem has improved greatly since I quit wearing make-up. I am enough without it.”

On her new website, Let’s Be Game Changers, O’Neill shares pictures from her past Instagram account and discusses what really took place in order to get that picture. She honestly admits to hours spent trying to get just the right photo, even going without food in order to get the flat stomach for the pose.

O’Neill also puts out a powerful challenge, not to cut off all social media as she has chosen to do, but to go without it for one week. One week. She believes in stepping away for this period of time, we can all really see just how addicted we have become to this unrealistic game of comparison and competition.

Sounds like a very wise challenge for us and our daughters. Christmas break, anyone?


(Disclaimer: should you choose to watch O’Neill’s videos, which I believe are powerful, you will hear inappropriate language.)

Thanks to French Revolution for leading me to this source.

The winner of Worthy of a Miracle by Linda Kuhar is Shelley Summerville 11/13/15 at 7:49 a.m. Congratulations, Shelley!


If you know a girl who struggles with knowing who she is and loving who she is, there is a resource that will help her work through that struggle.

Magnetic: Becoming the Girl He Wants empowers young women with the truth of where true beauty is found. Gorgeous is more than a face in the mirror. Confidence isn't something you are born with; it's Someone you live for.

“This book should be read by every single Christian teenage girl (even girls past teen years who are single). It is brilliant in concept, full of scripture, easy to read, impactful, and will keep the short attention span of busy teens and college girls. I give my friend Lynn and this book my highest endorsement!”

— Lysa TerKeurst, New York Times best-selling author & president of Proverbs 31 Ministries


Friday, November 13, 2015

5 Steps to Help You Live in the Present

Worthy of a Miracle by Linda Kuhar


Today, I am so excited to be giving away a new book, Worth of a Miracle, by Linda Kuhar. 

Linda survived Stage 3 cancer and a coma resulting from a compromised immune system during

cancer treatment in 2009. Although doctors predicted she would never walk or breathe again on

her own, she proved them wrong. One year after awakening from her coma, she ran her very first

half marathon with Team In Training for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.


Here is Linda:

Six years ago at this time I was in a coma on life support, given less than 5% chance of survival. Five months prior, I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and throughout my cancer treatment I became very ill and ended up in a coma.

Doctors told my family if they believed in divine intervention, now was the time to ask for it because there was nothing else they could do for me. Family and friends prayed for a miracle and that’s exactly what God gave us, a MIRACLE!

After such a miraculous physically healing in my life, I began to share my story with churches and bible study groups. I even became a Christian Life Coach and life appeared great.

A few years later I became aware that I was looking to others for validation that I was worthy to be alive … Worthy of a Miracle! Every time I would share my story, secretly I’d hope that I could believe I was worthy. It led me to a point in my life where I went head to head with God and basically had a faith crisis. Honestly, I didn’t know anymore what I believed. I wrestled with not feeling “good enough” my entire life and now I had this bright spot light shining on me. The brighter the light shinned, the more I questioned: how in the world was I worthy of a miracle?

In my book Worthy of a Miracle: 5 Simple Truths for Believing and Receiving God’s Love, I wrote an acronym that the Lord placed on my heart in the middle of the night several years ago. I put it in my cell phone and it stayed there for about a year before I ever did anything with it. Then one day when I was really struggling, I pulledthe acronym out and started journaling about how it applied to my relationship with God.

The 5 Simple Truths acronym is JESUS:

* Just Live Today

* Expect Miracles

* Speak Truth

* Use Your Gifts

* Start Now

I want to focus on the J in Just Live Today. Being a mom, it is so important that we live today and live in the present. Because of our hectic schedules and long To-Do-List, we tend to stay focused on the future and not live in the present moment.

Here’s an excerpt from my Just Live Today chapter:

“When I was diagnosed with cancer and was afraid I was going to die, I wanted my time back. I wanted to undo the days I’d let slip through my hands . . . the slow and sweet moments with my husband, and the simple and silly moments with my

daughter. I would sit on my front porch swing with the sinking feeling (the new reality!) that I only had that very hour, that very day. I could not go backward, and I was not guaranteed a future. I just had “today”. Looking back, I am finally aware of what a tremendous gift it was to recognize that all I had was that single moment.” Pg. 177

If we take time to really think about living in the present moment, we are able to stay connected to God. Whenever our brains are scattered and running all over the place, we cannot live in the presence of God. This is one truth that has helped me stay grounded in my worth. When I’m in the presence of God, I am able to hear Him and receive His truth. I am His daughter. I am loved. I am worthy.

I have 5 Just Live Today habits that help me live in the present moment:

1. Deep breathing—taking time to simply breathe.

2. Thanking, praising, and worshiping God continually throughout the day.

3. Slowing down. Not rushing through my day.

4. Being aware of how I’m feeling physically. Is there tension throughout my body?

5. Listening—to myself, to my surroundings, to God.


I pray this post gives you some encouragement to live in the presence of God. It is so challenging being a mom. We adore our children and we give so much of ourselves to everyone. I want to stretch you just a little and encourage you to live in the present moment and in the presence with God and hear his truth. Simply Just Live Today!

I would love to hear from you today. If anything spoke to your heart from this post,  please leave a comment below. (Only comments on the website will be entered). Everyone who comments will be entered to win a copy of my book Worthy of a Miracle. Lynn will announce the winner next Wednesday on her Wednesday Wisdom Tip.


Worthy of


About the Author:

LINDA KUHAR is a Board Certified Coach with the Center for Credentialing & Education,

Certified Christian Life Coach with Christian Coach Institute and has led women worldwide

through online Bible studies. Linda speaks to organizations such as the Leukemia & Lymphoma

Society, churches, and women’s ministries throughout the United States. A wife and mother,


Learn more about Linda at

Watch book trailer HERE!

Connect on Facebook Here!

Order your copy of Worthy of a Miracle HERE!


The winner of Hoodwinked from Wednesday’s post is J. Taylor who posted on 11/11 at 11:32 a.m. Taylor, please send me your full name and address to and we’ll get it sent right out to you!


Wednesday, November 11, 2015

The Great Wall of Mothering {GIVE AWAY DAY}

Let's work ourselves out of our jobs!

I am so excited to have a give away and guest for today’s Wednesday Wisdom Tip!

I’ve been learning so much from Karen Ehman and Ruth Schwenk’s new book Hoodwinked: 10 Myths Moms Believe & Why We All Need to Knock it Off. 

Here’s Karen:

Maybe I could fake being sick. Or pretend I twisted my ankle. I just have to think of something that will get me out of this!

I was a mess, my heart beating so wildly. It was my freshman year of college, and I stood staring at it—a legend I’d heard about since my very first visit to campus. “It” was made of wood and nails. It stood tall and plain in the mid-Michigan countryside, yet it taunted and intimidated me until I surely thought I’d faint.

They called it simply, “The Wall.”

The legend was also a tradition, one that every single freshman who arrived on campus each autumn must take part in. Every new student must scale the ten-foot beast, assisted only by the members of their twelve-member freshman “core group.”

One by one, each group stood to face The Wall, trying to figure out how to get all the members of their team up and over the wall. On the backside of the wall was a platform, about a quarter of the way down from the top. Once a person was over the top of the wall, they could lower themselves gently and stand solidly on the platform. There they then could reach back over the wall and assist their classmates who had yet to experience the thrill of conquering this wooden monster.

Getting the first person over was the hardest, since there was no one already on the other side—and planted on the platform—to help to pull them up and over the top. Usually teams chose the tallest, thinnest, and most athletic guy to go first. Others hoisted him up on their shoulders, and then he tried with all his might to pull himself up and topple over to the other side.

Our first teammate made it over in exactly that way. Then, one after another, more freshmen were lifted, hoisted, pushed, or pulled until they made it safely to the other side. I did my part to help others over, but I dreaded taking my turn. I tried to speak positively to myself, “Come on, Karen. You can do this. Focus. Jump high and grab on tight.”

When my turn came, I backed up a few feet, took a couple running steps toward the wall, and then leapt upwards toward the top with all of my might, praying all the while someone’s strong arm would catch me.

After a brief moment of panic—when I thought I’d slide back down the wall in shame—I felt the hand of a teammate grab hold of mine and grip it tightly. With all the might I could muster, I simultaneously tried lifting myself up with my arms while swinging my right foot up as high as I could so a teammate standing on the platform on the other side could grab it. After about three tries, I was finally successful. My teammates then hoisted me up to the top of the wall, and I gingerly set my feet down on the other side. Sweet relief.

Once I was safely over, we worked together to get the other few members of our team up and over. Our core group had done it! We had scaled The Wall.

Just three-and-a-half short years after I was married, I found out I was expecting our first child. I was excited to be carrying a new life, although I also felt fear as I stared at the massive wall of motherhood that I would now have to scale, mostly because I thought all the weight was upon my shoulders to be my child’s everything.

Caretaker. Provider. Cook. Teacher. Nurse. Social director. Counselor. Coach. And probably something else I hadn’t even thought of yet. How in the world was I ever going to be able to do all that?

The Great Wall of Motherhood seems insurmountable because we moms have been hoodwinked—tricked into believing lies that keep us from not only enjoying motherhood, but forging friendships with other moms who might tackle the tasks of motherhood differently.

Myths such as “Mothering is natural, easy, and instinctive” cause moms to feel like failures if they have questions or apprehensions in raising their kids. Operating from the premise that “The way I mother is the right (and only) way” puts up fences between moms instead of building bridges of encouragement between them. Lies such as “I am my child’s choices” tempt moms to mistakenly believe that if their child makes a wrong choice then they, in turn, must be a bad mom.

Let’s determine today that we will reach out—and reach down—to help our fellow moms. Together we can scale the wall of motherhood as we seek to raise our children on our knees—as deep in prayer as we are in laundry, and homework, and life.

You can do it mom. God is with you. Love lavishly and mother well.

Today, we’re giving away a copy of Hoodwinked to one random winner who comments below. To enter, share the name of a mom you would love to encourage with this book and if that mom is you, that’s great!

I’ll post the winner on Friday, November 13th.




Wednesday, November 4, 2015

WWT: A Little Goes a Long Way

Proverbs 3:21 "My son, do not let wisdom and understanding out of your sight, preserve sound judgment and discretion"


Don’t Overdose – {a post for your girl}

“My son, do not let wisdom and understanding out of your sight, preserve sound judgment and discretion.” Proverbs 3:21 

I’m a big fan of hot sauce! When I moved to Texas after high school, I worked in our school’s dining room. Hot sauce was served with everything from eggs at breakfast to tacos at dinner; a meal just wasn’t complete without it! The more I used hot sauce, the more I wanted to use it. Just a little at first, each time I would increase my “dose.” Until the day . . .

Greg and I were newlyweds and I wanted so badly to impress him! Taco pie was going to be the meal to convince him that I was a great cook! Thinking if a little was good, a lot would be great, I doubled the hot sauce measurement. Bad, bad idea! The pie was so hot, we had to throw it out!

In a dating relationship, just like me and my sauce, the more we are around our crush, the more we can lose sight of what is best. Too often I see a girl want to spend tons of time with her new guy; she just loves the way she feels when she’s with him. So if a little time feels great, more will just be wonderful, right? But as they increase the time they are spending together, they are losing their appetite for their friends. And when the day comes (as it often will) when their crush is no more, they may find their friends are also gone. Others have moved on, grown, and developed new groups with new people, while the girl who spent all her time on her guy is now left alone.

When it comes to spending time with your guy, a little goes a long way! Stay wisdom and hold a bit of yourself and your time back to not only keep the relationship fresh, but to also allow balance in your life with your other relationships as well.


Jesus, it’s hard to hold a little bit back! The rush of a crush feels so much more exciting than friends I have known forever. Help me to remember that I need balance in my life. Amen.


Check your schedule. Do you have too much time blocked out for your guy, and no room for anyone else? Make some other appointments. Start with time with Jesus.

The winner of the Reaching Your Fullest Potential Gift Pack from Monday’s post is Robin who posted  2015/11/02 at 6:22 am. Robin, email me your full name and address and I’ll get your gifts right out to you!



Monday, November 2, 2015

Reach Your Fullest Potential {GIVE AWAY DAY}

When we are planted in God, He provides all we need to reach our fullest potential.


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Reaching your fullest potential.

It sounds so wonderful; definitely what I want!

But what exactly does fullest potential look like? It probably looks nothing like what we envision.

Ephesians 3:20 tell us, “Now to Him who is able to [carry out His purpose and] do superabundantly more than all that we dare ask or think [infinitely beyond our greatest prayers, hopes, or dreams], according to His power that is at work within us,” [Amp]

How much can you pray, hope or dream?

Your full potential goes far beyond that! Your child’s full potential. Your husband’s. Your friend’s … and the man on the corner without a home. All are filled with God-given potential that the Giver is able and willing to supernaturally begin working in us.

So what are we waiting for? Why are we holding back on not only asking God to release His best in us but to loose His potential in those around us?

Sometimes I think I am waiting for God to take the first step. For Him to make His move. But in this verse, I think it indicates the first move is to be mine.

I have to dare to dream. I have to audaciously ask.

I’m doing it! I’m dreaming and I’m asking. They are probably tiny dreams in light of the One I am asking them from, but I’m starting!

How about you? What would reaching your fullest potential look like? What would you do, what would you ask for if the One who could do it all, asked you about your dreams?

He is.

If you want to be brave today and share with us what reaching your fullest potential might look like, this is a safe place to dare to dream. I will come alongside you and pray over those dreams. (For some, I’ll post my prayer right here. For others, I’ll pray as I read your comments) If you’d rather not share, but want to be including in the opportunity to win, just say “I’m in!”.

For one commenter on the blog today, you will be the winner of a Reaching-Your-Fullest-Potential gift box. I’ll announce the winner Wednesday on my Wednesday Wisdom Tip.…-give-away-day/


The Reaching-Your-Fullest-Potential Gift Box includes:

Greater: Dream Bigger. Start Smaller. Ignite God’s Vision for Your Life  by Steven Furtick

His Revolutionary Love

Magnetic: Becoming the Girl He Wants

Devotions for a Revolutionary Year

A beautiful leatherette bracelet



The winner will be announced on Wednesday!


Friday, October 30, 2015

Mean Girls Come From Mean Mamas

October is National Bullying Prevention Month

I’d like to share a post I wrote awhile ago, but the fresh reminder to myself this morning was a good one.

Thought you might like it too!


Standing in line for a concert gave my family a lot of people watching time. I began to point out all of the girls dressed immodestly. “Can you believe she would wear that out in public?” “Oh my! I can’t believe she feels comfortable dressed like that!” I commented as one by one the young women passed us by.

After quite few statements, my oldest daughter said, “Mom, you are being so mean!” Wow, did I feel small, but she was so right. I thought I was pointing out to my girls how not to dress. My girls already know that; I have been teaching them that since they were five! What I was teaching them was how to judge another woman. I was teaching them how to be mean!

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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Unlikely Confidence {Wednesday Wisdom Tip}

Confidence isn’t something you are born with; it’s comes from Someone you live for.


Ever meet a woman who seemed to light up the room when she walked in? Her laugh said, “I don’t take life too seriously.” Her carefree walk let you know she was comfortable with who she was. Her hair and outfit seemed to be perfect. Then again, maybe it wasn’t. Actually her hair was held up in a casual bun and she had on workout clothes. So what was it that made it seem like she had it all together?




I used to think confidence was something you were born with or born into. If you had the perfect everything: body, hair, or family, you had confidence.


But I’ve met a woman, a woman in the Bible, who has changed my mind.


This woman demonstrated a very unlikely confidence. I call it unlikely because the Bible describes her as “a sinful woman” and my research tells me the sin she most likely committed was prostitution.


We meet her in Luke 7 and her story begins in verse 36:


“Now one of the Pharisees invited Jesus to have dinner with him, so he went to the Pharisee’s house and reclined at the table. When a woman who had lived a sinful life in that town learned that Jesus was eating at the Pharisee’s house, she brought an alabaster jar of perfume, and as she stood behind him at his feet weeping, she began to wet his feet with her tears. Then she wiped them with her hair, kissed them and poured perfume on them” (Luke 7:36-38, NIV).


Do you see the confidence? Confidence to walk into a house full of men; judgmental men thinking they were the top of the top and looking down on those who were not like them.


What would have given this woman, this woman despised, looked down upon, unwanted … What would have given her the confidence to approach the perfect Son of God; to push past all that rejection?


Love. Jesus called it out. “Therefore, I tell you, her many sins have been forgiven – for she loved much…” Luke 7:47 Her love for Jesus gave her this unlikely confidence.


What caused her to love Jesus so much?


We’re not given any details about her before this encounter except that she was woman “who had lived a sinful life in that town”.


What had she seen? What had she experienced? I decided to back up, reading the verses before her story, looking for clues.


I think in the verses beginning in Luke 7:11 I might have found the answers: “Soon afterward, Jesus went to a town called Nain, and his disciples and a large crowd went along with him. As he approached the town gate, a dead person was being carried out – the only son of his mother, and she was a widow. And a large crowd from the town was with her. When the Lord saw her, his heart went out to her and he said, “Don’t cry. Then he went up and touched the bier they were carrying him on, and the bearers stood still. He said, “Young man, I say to you, get up!” The dead man sat up and began to talk, and Jesus gave him back to his mother.” (v. 11 – 15)


Maybe the woman was in this crowd. Maybe this is where she saw in Jesus compassion, love, kindness, caring.


I’m not sure if it was here, but one thing is for sure: she had encountered unconditional love and it had given her the confidence she needed to push past rejection. She knew she was wanted and it compelled her to show love in return.


Based on her past, I am sure she knew no man could fill the gap in her heart; no doubt she had tried that. Yet this Man, this perfect one, loved her and it changed her; gave her unshakeable confidence.


1 John 4:19 tells us “We love because He first loved us.”


This newfound confidence empowered her to break past barriers. She broke past social barriers: she was a woman with a bad history, who dared to approach the Son of God.

She had the confidence to break past emotional barriers. There is no doubt she had been used and abused. Love empowered her to push past her pain to do the unthinkable. Go where she was unwanted to give a gift others would call tainted.


Love empowered her.



This woman shows us: confidence doesn’t come from doing everything right or having it all together. You don’t get it from the perfect childhood or the model marriage. Confidence comes from knowing we are loved. Jesus gave it; she received it. We, too, can find confidence, no matter how unlikely it may seem to us. Confidence to push past our barriers and to receive and return Perfect Love.


Confidence isn’t something you are born with; it comes from Someone you live for.


If you know a young woman who is suffering from a lack of confidence, my book Magnetic: Becoming the Girl He Wants can help. Purchase your copy here.

Confidence isn't something you are born with; it's Someone you live for.

Has there been an event take place in your life or a sin you’ve struggled with that has taken away your confidence? Talking to God about this, ask Him to heal your heart, remove your sin and help you walk daily in His confidence.



Friday, October 23, 2015

UNIQUE DIY Headboard {For Wise Women Saving Their $}

I know this isn’t my norm, but I started thinking …

Wise women teach their daughters to be wise when it comes to finances so I’ve decided to share with you!

Every now and then I like to give my creative side an outlet. Today, I’m sharing a video over at my friend, Karen Ehman’s, showing how to duplicate the headboard my hubby and I made from pallets! It turned out great and the price was perfect! Less than $20. We also came up with some unique side tables to match.

Looking for a unique headboard on a shoe string budget?

Click here and I’ll see you over at Karen’s place!



Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Wednesday Wisdom Tip: Can Teenagers Be in love?

Today's Wisdom Tip empowers you to answer this question.

“Can teenagers be in love?”

There are a few questions that make our hearts quake.

Maybe like me, when it’s your child asking, this question is one of them.

When the teens I love have been brave enough to ask about true love, at times I’ve been too afraid to answer.

I’m scared.

Fear of the “package deal” causes me to want to skirt the issue of true love. If I tell them “yes” you can experience love when you’re young, where will it lead? What choices might they make because they are in love?

Fear is never from God, so I know my approach has been wrong. God is love (1 John 4:8). We want the young people in our lives to understand God and be drawn to His love, so let’s teach them to understand love.

What is love? 

The best place to start is with God’s definition in 1 Corinthians 13.  Real love stories played out come next.

Though far from perfect, Jacob showed love for Rachel.

In Genesis 29, his love for Rachel compels him to not talk about love, but show love.


#1 – He serves her. 

Before he said anything, Jacob did something. He served Rachel.

    “When Jacob saw Rachel daughter of his uncle Laban, and Laban’s sheep, he went over and rolled the stone away from the mouth of the well and watered his uncle’s sheep.” Genesis 29:10 


#2 – He waited.

In order to marry Rachel, Jacob had to wait … seven years! Because of his great love for her, the waiting was not impossible.

“So Jacob served seven years to get Rachel, but they seemed like only a few days to him because of his love for her.” Genesis 29:20 



#3 – He didn’t quit.

When making their relationship work became more than difficult, Jacob didn’t quit.

 Jacob made love to Rachel also, and his love for Rachel was greater than his love for Leah. And he worked for Laban another seven years.” Genesis 29:30 


Jacob’s actions toward Rachel line up with God’s definition of true love in 1 Corinthians 13.

So the answer to the question is yes; teenagers can be in love and they’ll know it is love when they are serving, waiting and not quitting on each other.

Does a young women in your life need a greater understanding of true love? “His Revolutionary Love: Jesus’ Radical Pursuit of You” empowers young women with the truth that only Jesus can fill the love gap in their hearts. Click here to order your copy now!

His Revolutionary Love empowers young women with the love their hearts crave ... His.


The winner of the Bravery Bundle from Friday’s post When Your Relationship With God Is Boring is Jadie who posted on October 16, 2015 at 1:35 pm. Congratulations, Jadie! Please send your full name and address to and I’ll get your resources sent right out to you!