What Being Brave Feels Like


This is a season for taking new risks, a season for finding a deeper, bolder, bigger faith in Him. I’m doing things that scare me, things that push me past my fear and my doubt, as I dare and dream for Him.


I’ve got butterflies in my stomach, as I follow Him further and wait for the next season to unfold.

::lovely photos via Ruche::

6 thoughts on “What Being Brave Feels Like

  1. erin m. says:

    I’ve been pushing myself to be more brave, too. (In fact, Brave is my word for the year). This post is short and sweet, but conveys so much that I think anyone trying to be brave can relate to. Keep being brave, sister!

  2. Hannah says:

    Love this! I’m in a very similar season right now. God is revealing to me His goodness and wonders as I wait for what He has in store for me next, and it’s in this process that I’m being renewed and transformed on a daily basis. He is faithful and I trust He’s taking us to places and bringing things into our lives that are bigger and more amazing than we could ever imagine or hope for! Here’s to being brave in Him!

  3. Tori Faye says:

    Wow!!! I love the simplicity of this, but also the fact that it is rooted in so much love and truth!!!! I’m totally in the same place right now and this was the encouragement I desperately needed!!!! Thank you for loving this world through your words!!

  4. Katie @ A Place to Dwell says:

    Hi, Erin! Love that your word is brave. How’s your year been going focusing on that word? God has been teaching me a LOT about being brave and fearless and teaching risks for Him. I’ve written a bit about it in my book, too. Happy weekend! :)

  5. Katie @ A Place to Dwell says:

    Thank you, Hannah! I love what you said about being renewed and transformed on a daily basis. Yes! It’s a daily practice of surrendering and putting our trust in Him and His plan, isn’t it? And it’s so very exciting to think about all He’s doing behind the scenes. :)

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