Guys! Thundersnow storm aside, winter is no longer coming, its over! 

Hallelujah and two hands to Jesus. πŸ™ŒπŸΌ πŸ‘πŸΌ πŸ™πŸΌ

There has been a lot of transition for me personally and for Immerse the last three months. Immerse has found new rhythm with the addition of Matt Wright as a our business lead and with Monica as the new full time lead of Discipleship Training on Wednesdays. 

As a team, we miss Nate a lot, but support him wholeheartedly as he takes a break from Immerse. Its been nice for me to connect with both Nate and Michelle through game nights or coffee dates. I’m grateful for my friendship with both of them.

connection is our purpose
 

Work has looked a lot differently for me this winter as I’ve started training four people in Prayer Resolution. 

Gah! 

It’s so fun being part of the learning and healing process. 

Three of the class members have expressed interest in training through the the new internship program.

I’m hosting revamped Forgiveness Workshops that help people deal with major issues in their life, like Healing from Past relationships (Feb) and our upcoming course Forgiving God coming up on April 28. 

Prayer Resolution sessions are also in full swing again, and I am currently booking out for April -July. 

With all of this going on, most days I have a β€œwow” moment.  I am so thrilled to be working in this field, partnering with the Papa as he brings real healing and life change. πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜

Where will the desire for healing take you? Will you forgive?
 

Personally, things are great!  πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

I’m enjoying the beautiful spring weather, though I have not so secretly LOVED the coziness of the snow storms. I’ve also loved my time with the family and friends and all the littles I get to play auntie to.  Baby giggles are the best, coming in second only to 8 yr old adventures. 

My roommate Monica (yep, we work together too. And no, its way less complicated than you’d think) need to find new housing by May 1st. So… I’m moving again. Which isn’t my favorite thing, but I have a good attitude about it. I’ve found a lot of joy in getting rid  80% of what I own.  While I love the things I own, I like living in freedom more, and I’m tired of carting it somewhere new every year. 

Any one need any craft supplies? 

Shoot me an email. 

Oh! And if you are planning on selling your home in the MPLS area, Monica is looking to purchase.  

 
Crafts!

I hope your month is filled with wonder, newness, and joy.


Blessings,

Mel