I truly believe that in as much as I may feel desire to be a bigger.fish, that until the Lord presents a door, I am called to be a Little.Fish.
I am called to love the Lord with all my heart, soul & mind. to love my husband. to serve my family. to make a home. to contribute towards feeding & clothing the 'hungry & naked' in my own house first. to serve those in my community & to love them well.
I don't, specifically, feel called to minister to women online. (which may seem an odd statement, but I examined this idea as I saw others doing so). I do, unintentionally, find myself loving this process of writing & how much it ministers to me. I am continually humbled by how the Lord teaches me, works it out uniquely through blogging, and can minister to others through it as well. I.love.that. I am, however, still embarrassed a bit by the vulnerability of it all.
I was reading today a blog post by Emily Freeman (hosted by Lysa Terkurst's site) & what she said just resonated with me- about having an assignment. and what I heard, was about being a little.fish! haha. So, read her if you have a moment. I loved how she said that the Lord uses boundaries & limitations in our lives. It may feel like constraint, but in reality, it is freedom to do your one job well. ! Check it out... Emily P. Freeman - art taught by lifeguards. This Little.Fish. is gonna try to remember my assignment, my 8 ft. of the pool to keep my eyes ;-)