My nature in the flesh and the need for expediency and perfection is a great source stress, worry, irritability, and anxiety that eats me alive and robs me of peace—my mind spins—and it does so quickly. This pattern does not only effect me, but it effects those around me, especially my family and for certain, my marriage. It blinds me.
Real estate is in my blood. My Papa was a developer in Odessa in one of the booms, a practice my mother continues today. So, I begin another chapter...I actually don’t view myself as doing anything different than I did with my consulting at Macatee Wellness--it’s just my door into helping people will be through an actual door.
Those closest to me know I’ve deemed Summer 2016 as “The Summer of Healing.” Because of the stresses of life there was only so much emotional healing I could deal with at any given time. I was in survival mode and could only handle a small drip of emotional revelation and healing at a time. Like a cactus that would die from a flood, God was gracious to only allow sprinkles of revelation, for the flood would surely have been my demise.
I hate food. I do not cook. I do not want to cook. I do not ever want to touch raw meat. Ever. There are times in the kitchen when I’m gagging so much that I have to leave the room to compose myself. If it were up to me to provide food for my [...]
Several months ago, my grandmother recommended a book to me called The Power of Blessing by Kerry Kirkwood (available in the Macatee Wellness store). Usually when the Lord brings me a book on a specific topic, it’s because I’ve been wrestling with an idea or a concept for a while and have been praying over [...]
Macatee Wellness is a labor of love. My husband, Mark, and I are working hard on another website upgrade, with lots of exciting new additions. That calls for some long days and nights. It also means I'm pouring over my material and came across a document titled "My Story," which is shared here. I’ve spent [...]
Humans tend to be self-centered and not God-centered. We have a tendency to go to the Bible to find ourselves and leave misguided and possibly discouraged. This can happen because my personal story isn't in the Bible. I'm not Ruth, or Naome or Abigail or Esther or any of the other great women of the [...]