After years of struggling with the decision, I have finally found the courage and anointing to end my 19-year marriage and move more fully into my ministry. This decision required that my husband and I sell our joint property, which means that Sweethome Retreat no longer exists in Ashland City, Tennessee.
I have been divinely led to move to Columbia, Tennessee, which is about 45 minutes south of Nashville. Here, I plan to re-establish my ministry in an area that has not experienced much spiritual growth. I am settling nicely into my beautiful new space and meeting people who need to be reminded of the light of love in their hearts.
I do have space for small group gatherings, drum circles, and classes here. However, I do not have on-site overnight sleeping accommodations that I had at Sweethome. Not to worry though; there are about a half-dozen hotels within a 5-mile drive from my house. And, there are food stores, shopping centers, and restaurants nearby to make it easy to accommodate your personal needs. I’ll put together a celebration event soon so we can fellowship again.
This transition certainly was a good teacher for me. I was constantly reminded to live in the current moment and not worry about the future even when my mind came up with scary what-ifs and pondered exciting options. There were a few times when my emotions were overwhelmed while trying to navigate real estate deals, moving trucks, and financial changes. That’s just part of the growing process. I’ll share more in future posts about that. For now, let’s get re-acquainted. I’d love to hear from you!
With my heart aglow with gratitude,