Sunday, January 29, 2017

A 2017 Pursuit.

Anthropologie blouse [love this gorgeous Victorian style] // pants // necklace [want this pendant] // bag [save or spend] // shoes [how fun are these in either color?!]

I have felt so much of God's presence and power lately. He is moving in incredible ways and I am so thankful to be a part of it and be able to experience it. itown church is one of the greatest blessings in Indianapolis and there is a forceful movement happening in this city. Yesterday I had the pleasure of worshipping and praying with a full auditorium at 9am on a Saturday morning. A FULL auditorium of people chasing Him. It was beautiful and I sobbed. There is so much fulfillment in basking in His glory, standing between my husband and a dear friend, in a packed auditorium of hands raised, Spirit breathed, worship. The restoration taking place through relationships formed continues to amaze me. Thank you, Lord, for the opportunity to serve and experience your presence at itown, and thank you for a team that sacrifices so much to honor your call on their lives.

Pursuit. God has revealed that this is my theme of 2017. Pursuit of Him, pursuit of His presence, pursuit of relationships with others, pursuit of serving Him in every opportunity, and pursuit of experiencing the blessings He has given me through the fulfillment of His promises and purpose for me. Pursue. This year will be my pursuit. 

via Merriam Webster:

Definition of pursue




  1. transitive verb
  2. 1:  to follow in order to overtake, capture, kill, or defeat
  3. 2:  to find or employ measures to obtain or accomplish :  seek <pursue a goal>
  4. 3:  to proceed along <pursues a northern course>
  5. 4a :  to engage in <pursue a hobby>b :  to follow up or proceed with <pursue an argument>
  6. 5:  to continue to afflict :  haunt pursued
 by horrible memories>
  • 6:  2chase 1c <pursued by dozens of fans>
  • intransitive verb
  • :  to go in pursuit



  • photos by Lexi Mathioudakis of Doodle Shots

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