Lori - Author/Speaker

I can honestly say that no one has ever called me "normal"! That is just fine with me! God placed a lot of personalities within my tiny mind and it is a journey to say the least. It is "Grand Central Station" up there! I have even 'named them'! (Don't send in the troops just yet)

The great thing about having such diversity is that there is never a dull moment with me! I always make sure that heading up this little party in my mind is the Lord God Himself!

God has shown me how to embrace the 'fun' inside me and use it to better His Kingdom! I have found that I don't have to be a 'stick in the mud' to be a Christian.
I am a child of God!
I am a Christian!
I am a follower of Christ!
Every day I am working toward becoming a better Disciple! I will NEVER be perfect - but I am SAVED; so that is all that matters!!

Asking for prayers as God works through me to publish the books we have written together.
If you are interested in having me speak at an event, women's study, etc.; just send me a message!

Friday, May 11, 2018

Is God your Navigator?

We have all taken trips, whether long or short. Most of us travel with others and you usually need to assign a navigator. You concentrate on the road while the navigator tells you where to turn, exits to go on, and what is coming up ahead. I have been kicked to the backseat lots a times cause I was a horrible navigator. Haha

Your navigator is usually someone who can focus well (why I got fired from it probably), someone who can anticipate how to handle what's to come, someone who is quick on the fly, and someone you trust. When you get lost, it is always their fault-right?

God places us behind the wheel of life.  He wants us to drive, have freedom of choice. He wants to be our Navigator. How much do you allow God to tell you where to,go, what's coming up, or how much do you trust God as your Navigator? How many times have you gotten angry at God because you are lost?  How many exits have you missed? Did you TRULY listen to the directions God was giving you? How many times have you kicked God to the backseat?

We can choose to follow His directions. We can,choose to listen when He tells us to turn, slow down, or speed up. We can choose to get to the destination has for us.

We can choose to make our own directions. We can choose to pretend to pay attention to what God is telling us. We can choose to go our own speed. We can eventually get to where God wants us after getting lost several times first.

What is your choice?
Is got your Navigator, or your backseat driver?