Meet Becky

Jesus says, "I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides in me and I in him, he it is that bears much fruit. For apart from me you can do nothing." John 15:5

This verse marks my life.  Every and anything good in me is because of Him. 

I am nothing special. Except that I know Jesus.

My husband, Brent, and I live in Tennessee with our three amazing, football lovin', energetic boys.  Three children of which a doctor said I would never have.  Hmm.  Those little guys bring me so much joy and greatly enhance my prayer life.

We also have the great honor of caring for my 91-year-old grandmother, Ethel.  She is one of God's sweetest gifts to us.

Brent and I served on staff with Campus Crusade for Christ at the University of Tennessee for nine years.
We now are making a ministry transition, ministering to a new demographic of our city.  Brent will be taking a new role as the Young Adult Pastor of our church.  We are so excited, honored and humbled.  Oh my. Yes.  Humbled.  Thank you, Jesus.

My passion is...PASSION.  For Jesus that is. Through writing and speaking, I long to encourage other women into a place of deep enjoyment in Christ.  From infancy to elderly, I am thankful that every season of life can be one of thriving in the Lord.

God redeemed my life from the pit and crowns me (undeservedly) with love and compassion. I am absolutely crazy about Jesus and am transformed by his Word. He is better than anything this world can offer.  I have a burning desire for others to live in the same freedom and grace that he has shown to me.

I pray the Lord will use this blog to bless you...wherever you are on your journey. His love is infinitely available to you.

 I am honored to have you visit here.

Thank you.


Also, let me say, that if the Word of God moves you to make a decision to follow Christ, I would be honored to talk to you, pray with you and try to answer any questions you may have. My email is . What a blessing it would be.

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