nothing is wasted :: guest post
I can’t remember how I first started following Endless Pursuit … I think it might’ve been on Instagram? Guess it doesn’t really matter, the point is, they’re my people! “How so,” you might wonder? Read this from their About page and you’ll get the picture!
God has not abandoned or forgotten about you. Nor is it in His will for you to be sick. That is why we challenge you to rise up with Endless Pursuit as we declare the promises of God over our situations. We exist to speak hope into the sick: make them catalysts, dream weavers, humbleness makers, and joy fillers. Circumstances will not enslave us, rather in defiance we will speak out healing and faith. God is our provider.
Anyway. When Ryan asked if I’d consider being a guest contributor, I was honored. When I was 5 months late in getting him my first post, I was impressed with his patience! :)
If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you might remember that I’d recently had a couple of my girls at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester? And if you don’t follow me on social media … well … I recently had a couple of my girls at Mayo. :)
It was Taylor primarily who’d had a seemingly sudden onset of serious health issues and I wanted her seen by experts. And because we were going, I decided to bring Hunter along and have her seen for a couple of things she’s been dealing with as well.
Hunter’s issues ended up minor, but Taylor’s not so much. We found out she’s got an autoimmune, chronic disease she’ll deal with the rest of her life. And while I’m thankful we were able to get an answer to what’s going on, I hate that she’ll now face this suckiness.
And so … in the midst of my writer’s block – while trying to keep good on my promise to Ryan and get my post in – God whispered some hope in my direction and I shared those thoughts over at Endless Pursuit a couple of weeks ago.
If you’re facing something today, or just in need of a little hope or encouragement, I’d love for you to join me over there.