How prayer cultivates unity

In case you can’t tell by the title of my blog, I have a heart for bringing people together. I struggle with the negative impact divisive political and religious discourse is having on our society. I want to use my voice to spread uplifting messages that help people connect to God and each other in […]

Will you open the door?

God doesn’t care if you’re still in pajamas or how long its been since you washed your hair. Every day, He shows up with an expectant grin to knock on the door of your soul. He waits patiently with a bouquet of roses, heart-shaped balloons and a flash mob of angels at His disposal, fully […]

Angels in the laundry

I think angels are like children- always innocent, always trying to get our attention when we think we’re too busy to play. I think angels are like children- sometimes hiding with a grin under the laundry we need to fold, hoping to pounce and make us smile. I think angels are like children – sometimes […]

Deep down, we know

When someone tries to impose their cookie cutter beliefs on us, we cringe for a reason. We can’t bear to be sliced apart from our natural connection with God. Some people think they know what’s best for us, but Deep down, we know what we need to protect. Deep down, we know our Creator doesn’t […]

Created to rise

God buried a treasure deep in your soul, but you don’t need to dig it out. This gold is alive, and it can dance its way to the surface through prayer. From the depths, we were created to rise.


Hearts are ships that can sink. When too many fears crash too fast… we can’t bail and steer at the same time … Blinded by the storms of life, will we remember to ask God for help? Will we notice how angels show up like deckhands with strong arms, buckets and a compass made of Light? Or […]

Stealth graces

Where words are too clumsy to go, prayers move secretly like ninjas over barbed wire fences, past guard dogs of broken hearts, around locked doors of raw vulnerability into tiny windows of hope that were left open a smidgen, almost sarcastically: as if angels are going to save me from this grim reality. I know the truth. […]