Made for another world

"If I discover within myself a desire which no experience in the world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world." C. S. Lewis


Years ago God set my heart on fire with a passion to offer my life back to him as a gift of worship. I responded to his voice calling "follow me." For the last two decades he's been refining what that looks like, stoking desire, giving me a mission.

Mentoring, connecting intentionally with other women, is my heart beat. It's hard, often messy, requires humility, demands grace but I'm finding it's how I want to do life. And I believe it's how you were created to do life as well, linked arm and arm with fellow travelers on this holy path home to Jesus. Sisters. Yet vulnerable sisterhood isn't necessarily how we as women naturally live. On this page I share links to some of my thoughts on how we can embrace our sisterhood.

My desire is to encourage you to step outside of your comfort zone into authentic relationships, mentoring and being mentored. There are women all around you that long to be heard, understood and cared for. I'm extending an invitation, as you come along on the journey home, bring a sister.

I'd love to engage with you. Do you have mentoring relationships in your life? Would you like to but feel overwhelmed with where to start? What questions do you have about developing rich, valuable relationships with other Christian women? Leave a comment below or send me an email. I would love to encourage and pray for you.
Ephesians 4:16, " He makes the whole body fit together perfectly. As each part does its own special work, it helps the other parts grow, so that the whole body is healthy and growing and full of love."

Some of my favorite mentoring posts:
5 Components in Healthy Mentoring
Friday Favorites: "The Uncommon Woman" reviewed (a great book for healing and deepening relationships)
Women Who Inspire: The Sisterhood - The importance of having a prayer partner


  1. What an awesome thing to lead and encourage women to do. (And to do yourself!) Wow. What a treasure you are, Beck. May God continue to bless you, as you bless others with your loving and faithful heart for the Lord.

  2. I so appreciate your encouragement Kris! Finding a passion is a blessing and I love what God has called me to do!

  3. Hi Beck! I just downloaded your book. Can't wait to read it. Mentoring is also a passion of mine.

  4. Tracy I hope you find it an encouraging and helpful tool. I love living engaged in mentoring relationships and appreciate connecting with other mentors. I'd be interested in hearing any feedback you're willing to share.

  5. Beck,

    I'm truly glad I found your blog. I, too, am sorting out what the vision looks like from a call of "follow me" when I was age 5.

    I know mine is "motherhood" ... it's an adventure to sort out the how to, etc.

    Blessings, Renee


I love hearing you sweet comments!