I’ve been hearing a lot about this word lately and it is the best way to describe where I am.
When God opens doors, I move. When God closes doors, I don’t ask questions. When ideas drop in my head or my heart, I pray and I act. When feelings of doubt or insecurity rise within me, I fight.
Welcome to back to my blog.
I’m going to let it naturally take shape and become what will best serve you and be an outlet for me so no big announcement of what to expect here. It’s just me, once every week or so.
I’m in a season as a wife, mother, minister, entrepreneur and woman that has been hard, beautiful, scary, exciting, fun and liberating.
I’m not sure exactly how much I can disclose just yet but what I do want to share is that I am proud of myself for MOVING.
Moving in faith. Moving in confidence. And no matter what my response I’m going to keep moving.
Listen my husband and (daughter) I just moved from our house to an apartment, God is transitioning us spiritually into a new culture and place of worship and I’ve moved from “the 9 to 5” to a life I love…. so when I say moving, I mean MOVING…. literally, physically, spiritually, mentally and emotionally.
I’m also moving within myself… going back in my past and addressing some things that needed to be dealt with, more on that later.
I’m moving into a more holistic response to life and well being so I can be healthier and happier… moving.
The reason I call this post MOMENTUM and not MOVING… is because of physics definition of momentum:
The quantity of motion of a moving body, measured as a product of its mass and velocity.
The quantity the amount of how much MOVEMENT is going on right now with me… it’s so variable I can’t quantify it. It’s one reason why this post is coming out so much later than I intended. I had no clue where to start to let you in my world, because stuff is just moving. As God moves, I move. And even when He has me to be still, I’m still moving with Him, still going somewhere. So yes, momentum.
You can try to keep up if you so choose.
Whether you do or don’t I love you and I’ll still be… moving.