Me? I'm a lot like you . . .
I wear many hats. I stay busy. I divide my time between husband, children, family, work, church, house cleaning, and bill paying. I enjoy the good times and fight through the hard times.
Yep, I bet I’m a lot like you. I’ve lived some life. More than some. I’ve lived highs, and pushed through the lows.
My heart has been broken at times, I’ve been disappointed, I’ve made mistakes, I’ve lost my way and found it again. I waste time and then other times I’m productive (well, my husband would say–driven!) In the quiet times I’m either wondering which way is up or thanking God for my many blessings.
I don’t know your story (although I’d love to grab a cup of coffee together or a glass of sweet tea and hear all about it!) but I do know that God is an Abba daddy that longs to show us His tender heart and relentless love.
Life is more than what I see and hear around me. I’ve met Jesus who not only made a way for me to have a relationship with the creator of the universe, God Himself, but has gone to heaven and is preparing a place for me to live for ever and ever!
I want to know Him in a deeper way than ever before. I want to know the joy that He wants to lavish on us and the unconditional love that is available.
I love to study God’s Word–digging deep–and then share what I’m learning. Yes, life may not be working out as we planned, but there is a future and a hope for each one of us and it’s more than we could ever imagine.
I’m interested in what the future holds . . . and you know what? I bet you are a lot like me!
In Case You’re Curious
- I can’t walk past a bag of peanut M & Ms without grabbing a few, okay, more like a handfull
- I’m married to the world’s most wonderful man
- Although speaking is my true love (25 years now) I’ve been published in magazines and anthologies, written for 3 Chicken Soup for the Soul, blogged for websites like Charles Stanley’s In Touch Ministries and other devotional sites.
- Sweet Tea
- Even sweeter friends
- Being with my family and that includes our rescue dog named Gracie!
Beth’s message is personal, uplifting and engaging, addressing women who need to come to a saving knowledge of the Lord as well as those who need encouragement in the Lord. She came to us as a speaker, she left as a friend.