I taught public school for eleven years. During that time, these were just some of the jobs I had: Relay for Life Team Captain. Who knew that volunteering to help meant you were the leader? Not a second-year-teacher, apparently. Reading Department Chair. Beta Club Sponsor. Academic Bowl Coach. Cheerleading Coach. Don’t you have to be able to at least do a cartwheel for this? [ 1,029 more word ]
I often find myself in a state of metacognition, a time of thinking about my own thinking. My dad and I were in a tea house last year (yes, I’m a con-artist to get my dad to go to tea!), and there was a party of ladies sitting near us. The whole time we were there, I noticed that one woman totally dominated the conversation. [ 220 more words ]
For all the bold ones...encouragement not to be ashamed of your personality
In tonight's episode, hear me talk about: my personality--how the extreme extrovert is really longing for God's attention highlights from the book Unseen by Sara Hagerty a discussion of the scriptures in 1 Peter 5:5-8 and new insights I received while rereading them a reference to my other post about humility, originally written for Beulah Girl Push play to tune in now! [ 37 more words ]
Join me as we dive into the topic of humility with stories from my life, the Unseen book by Sara Hagerty, and God's word. We will also pop over to my sister blog, Beulah Girl.
In a little over an hour, I'll be going live On another Truth Tuesday. Starting at 8:30 p.m., we will talk about everyone's favorite subject, humility. Seriously, we'll discuss benefits of being hidden with the Lord. You won't want to miss it. Share with somebody and I will see you then.
“Now, Suzy was a very humble woman.” Can you imagine reading that in a blog post somewhere? Well, maybe, but what if the post were written by Suzy herself, as this one is? It wouldn’t seem very humble then. According to the Oxford Dictionaries, my understanding of humility can either be qualified as a person taking a low opinion of himself or having limited resources. [ 184 more words ]