• wwpflower


Hello, my friend!

I’m Lisa– a wife, a mom, and the founder of Walking with Purpose. If you long for a place where the mask can drop and you can be real, come on over. Life gets messy, even when we’re desperately trying to do the right thing. And that’s what grace is all about. We aren’t enough, and just when we think that’s the end of the story, Jesus shows up and fills in the gaps. You are welcome here!

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It’s Good to Be Alive

November 14, 2017

Isn’t it strange that we need to be reminded to be grateful– we who live in the most privileged of circumstances? Most of us are wealthy by th...

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October 31, 2017

Hello, my friend!Today I’m welcoming back one of my favorite people to the WWP blog: Laura Phelps. One of my favorite things about Laura is the ...

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Now that you don’t have to be perfect, you can be good.

October 19, 2017

I thought I was going to throw up on my way to the first WWP board meeting. Reading Robert’s Rules for Dummies had helped me to some degree, but a b...

Necessary Hardships

October 9, 2017

There is such grace in getting older. Such wisdom in perspective.  When I was younger, I viewed problems as obstacles; unfair circumstances that got ...

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“May you trust God that you are exactly where you are meant to be.”

September 30, 2017

“May you trust God that you are exactly where you are meant to be.” St. Thérèse of LisieuxI’ve noticed something interesting about what g...


September 21, 2017

I was feeling pretty good about life, until I scrolled through my Instagram account and saw it. The pie. This perfectly, baked cherry pie. And not on...

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Coming Up for Air After Irma

September 14, 2017

Hello, my friend.Full disclosure here– I can’t call myself a “hurricane survivor” because my little tribe and I escaped to the great north...

day two of school. lost lunches and lost identities, and what I declare

August 31, 2017

Today is the second day of school. We crushed day one. Knocked it out of the ball park.I only forgot to make one lunch. Only one kid forgot her w...

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