What to do when you feel Alone

Love Letters for Leading Ladies

“The Lord Himself goes before you and will be with you; He will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged.” Deuteronomy 31:8

My Daughter,

You may be sitting there alone, scared and afraid. Wondering what in the world you’ve gotten yourself into.

You may feel as if you’ve lost everything during this time of transition. Lift up your head and feel My arms of love around you right now. 

If Not Now, When?

This month, we’re talking all about ways you can maximize your purpose.

So many of you are leaders in your home and on your job.

Is there something pulling at your heart? Something that is trying to take you to a higher level?

I talk about how to go to that next level in today’s video.


It’s important that you take time for rest.

Make the time for “me” time.

Take a walk. Mediate. Pray. Enjoy a hot bath. Savor your favorite meal.

Laugh. Sing. Dance. Love.

Have fun today. Do something FOR YOU.

Bottom Line? REST.

When you’re done watching, leave a comment below and let me know how you plan to get some rest this week. I love hearing from you!

How to Say No “Gracefully”

Not too long ago, I received a fantastic email from Lysa TerKeurst. Lysa leads women in the adventure of faith and is a New York Times bestselling author and speaker. I joined in on her webcast last Tuesday and was tremendously blessed. Lysa is an excellent communicator and connector of people.

Have you ever said yes when you absolutely, positively knew that you should have said no?

I think we’ve all been there. Sometimes we experience guilt when we say no, and other times we say no while all the time thinking in the back of our minds, “what will she think?” “I should have said yes.”

Saying no doesn’t have to be hurtful. You will survive and so will the person you’re saying no to.