Category Archives : The Intentional Investment


Loving to Live; Dying to Love – The Intentional Investment to Love

What to tweet? What to tweet?  Okay, so it’s been a few days (maybe a week?) since I have tweeted or posted a status update on Facebook. Letting you know that I am drinking fresh, ground hot coffee, while sitting on a comfy couch in front of a toasty warm fire in the fireplace (yes, with my […]

Coffee Fireside

The Intentional Investment of Initiation 1

Today I was reading Martin Luther’s “By Faith Alone” Devotional while drinking my coffee and something he said inspired me for this blog post. Luther said, “God’s work is accomplished when we use the resources given to us. He wants us to use our resources but not put our trust in them. While it’s true […]


Intentional Investment of Individuality

“Success, recognition, and conformity are the bywords of the modern world where everyone seems to crave the anesthetizing security of being identified with the majority.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Is that true with you? I had to ask myself if that was true with me, too. I have to fight daily against jumping […]


The Intentional Investment

I have decided in 2010 to be “intentional.” The definition of “intentional” is “done on purpose; deliberate.” I realized that I am surrounded by many “good intentions” but not many “finished projects.” Have many of us have bins of art supplies just waiting to be used? How many empty scrapbooks that were never filled? How […]