Natasha J Bedford

1 month ago

I remember finding out we were moving to Ft. Worth from Austin. My family and I were excited and we just knew it was meant to be because everything just flowed. Jobs lined up, we were able to find a solid church home, and was in the process of buying a new home. However through all of these blessings we were given the opportunity to grow. What appeared as challenges became ways for us to face fear, over come procrastination, and most importantly build a solid relationship with God. I was able to leave my career as a teacher and start my freelance writing business Spilled Juice and Tears. My husband and I were able to share the word on different occasions. We grew stronger as a family unit. I say all of this to to say...it is true the grass isn’t always greener on the other side...but if you don’t ever venture to the other side how do you ever know what you are missing. So venture...🌼

I remember finding out we were moving to Ft. Worth from Austin. My family and I were excited and we just knew it was meant to be because everything just flowed. Jobs lined up, we were able to find a solid church home, and was in the process of buying a new home. However through all of these blessings we were given the opportunity to grow. What appeared as challenges became ways for us to face fear, over come procrastination, and most importantly build a solid relationship with God. I was able to leave my career as a teacher and start my freelance writing business Spilled Juice and Tears. My husband and I were able to share the word on different occasions. We grew stronger as a family unit. I say all of this to to say...it is true the grass isn’t always greener on the other side...but if you don’t ever venture to the other side how do you ever know what you are missing. So venture...🌼

1 Comments

27 Likes