WARNING: This post is not politically correct. My goal is NOT to offend, simply to share what I feel the Lord wants me to write. I am speaking to myself as well as you—not wanting to judge, but desiring to challenge us to rethink how we are viewing God. Our culture revolves around sexualization. Some… Read More Are You Sexualizing Jesus?
I’m a confident person. Oh, I come by it honestly . . . I’ve had my parents’ example and encouragement every step of the way. I mean, look at them. But I’m not here to talk about my experience. I’ve had a secure family, parents who love each other, siblings that encourage, and a network of… Read More Confidence: How to get it
As I crane my neck to see out of the cramped airplane window, I see my life—my vision for life—unveil before my eyes. My ultimate dreams and goals unfold like the fields, homes, and cities beneath me—each parcel representing one project completed—one project contributing to the bigger picture. At 30, 000 feet I see a… Read More What I learned about Life from an Airplane
I’m super excited to announce the start of a brand new project! We Went Live! CLICK ON THIS LINK!!! But first, just a few questions to see how well you know us Johnson girls in the kitchen… 1. Who has perfected the art of salad making? 2. Who makes more chicken than any other meat??… Read More K’s in the Kitchen
As entrepreneurs, most of us struggle with our days blowing out. It’s awesome to be able to restructure our schedule on a whim, but it’s also difficult to stay on track without a boss or manager ordering our days for us. I don’t always take my own advice, but when I do, I get a LOT… Read More 3 Keys to Managing Yourself as an Entrepreneur
If you want to succeed in anything, there has to be a way to measure your success. To measure your success, you must track. When I mentioned a few weeks ago, I was embarking on a journey to mature, I had no idea God was about to mature me in one of the hardest ways possible. That’s the… Read More Measuring Success
His eyes stared down in pity. I shuddered as heaviness enshrouded me and settled on my shoulders while I was diagnosed with all the serious of a doctor telling sorrowful news. Taller, older, wiser, the 40-year-old’s saddened eyes said it all. I was a helpless case. I was one of them. The naive. The ones who must be… Read More What’s Wrong with Rose-Colored Glasses?
“Everyone experiences times when life is so dark they don’t know where to turn. All they can do is cling to Jesus.” That’s what I was told. I believed them . . . I had no idea how to relate. Jesus has always been my source of strength and deliverance, but I have never been in a… Read More Destruction, Regrowth, and Isaiah 61
MARCH 18, 2015 Discouragement is a sneaky beast. It creeps up, taps you on the shoulder, then latches on tight. Discouragement is like quicksand, one second you’re walking on firm ground, the next, you’re steadily getting dragged down . . . only moments away from suffocation. Right now, I’ll admit, I’m writing with Discouragement clinging to my… Read More Dealing with Discouragement
Excerpt from my journal on November 13th, 2014. Pleased to say I can now cook…miracles DO happen. “It’s 3:37pm and I’m already dreading making dinner. I live in a family of wonderful cooks. Mother, Kyla, Kelsey, and even Karaline gain accolades with their domestic skills. Phenomenal salads, gourmet soups, homemade everything, and sometimes even “trim healthy Mama”… Read More Get Used to Being Uncomfortable