How to allow God to unfold His vision for your life in His timing. brittanycharris.com
Trusting God In The Process

I generally start my blogs with a story about me, but today I wanted to start a little bit differently. I want to go straight to a Bible story. There are some really good lessons that I want to pull out! It's a longer post...

Have you been striving to see growth but it feels like you have nothing to show for it? Be encouraged in this post as I share the importance of your roots being strong. brittanycharris.com
Let Your Roots Grow Down

This is a picture of bamboo. Why am I talking about bamboo? What does that have to do with anything? Keep reading.   I've been going through it. Emotionally, it's been kind of rough. I've been frustrated with the process that God has me in. It feels...

The Desire and The Power

I’ve been praying about what to share next here on the blog. There are so many lessons to share and so many things that God is doing in my heart and mind. I am overjoyed at the season of growth that He has me in....

How being led by your emotions is dangerous to your well-being. brittanycharris.com
Turning A Problem Into A Mess

I did a YouTube video last week about getting control of your emotions and it’s funny because I was going through my journal and found my notes on the subject. I thought that it would be good to share with people. So I recorded the...

Rejection can have so many facets in your life. Learn how to overcome rejection. brittanycharris.com
Rejecting Rejection

I have a couple of additional blog posts that are in the wings to release, but this is something that God put on my heart that I really wanted to share. I woke up this morning, translation, God woke me up this morning because He...

Does your prayer life need a boost? How passion increases your effectiveness in prayer- blossomingbrittany.co
Hannah’s Passion

Why is it that our first response to stuff isn't prayer? Why do we devalue the power and strength that comes from praying?   Maybe I should just point the finger at myself.   This seems to be a lesson I'm learning over and over again. Like, I cognitively...