My Faithbox this Month; Taking Risks

“Sometimes life is about risking everything for a dream no one can see but you”.


Each month Faithbox sends me an adorable package filled with encouragement. This month’s Faithbox was all about taking risk and leaping out on faith.FullSizeRender.jpg-2.jpeg


In this everyday faith edition there are 30 days of devotions and inspirations. Which has been an amazing way to spice up my relationship with God, reminding me that everyday is a bold adventure while walking alongside him.


My Life is not my own, but one gifted to me by God above. He has called me to live a life of faith, adventure, and risk.

Though I know not what’s ahead. I known Who has gone before me. I trust in His leading, and I walk in His confidence. I will journey in faith, for I am a child of God.


This little book is chalked full of inspiration. It highlights the importance of knowing the why before the what. Ryan and Tami Canaday took a leap of faith and risk by following their passion and what they believed was the Lord’s will for their life. They were able to impact many by taking a risk.

“A ship is always sage at shore, but that is not what it’s built for”. – Albert Einstein


The bracelet that was in my faithbox was handmade in by Maasai artisans in Kenya. The Ubuntu Made campaign is providing jobs for communities all across Kenya. The program is designed to promote entrepreneurship for those who make the bracelets giving them financial independence and shaping the entire Ubuntu community as well as economy.  These bracelets also support the Ubuntu Special Needs Center, which is a local school in the area. It is incredible that someone from all the way across the world made this bracelet with the hope of encouraging others to find a sense of belonging, community, connection, and love.  The powerful saying behind these adorable bracelets is, “People-made products that empower communities”.

Faithbox gave me three reminders  biblical reminders that taking risks is where we should be

1.) Provisions will come

“All this same God who takes care of me will supply all your needs from his glorious riches, which have been given to us in Christ Jesus”. – Philippians 4:19

2.) Pleasing people is not on the agenda

“He came to his own, and his own people did not receive him”. John 11:1

3.) God is with us in the risk

“What then, shall we try in response to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us?” Romans 8:31


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FullSizeRender.jpg-1Heavenly Father,

Today we remember to

Breathe Deeply

And risk jumping in

To risk speaking up

To risk using the gifts we have been given

So that at the end of our lives we can say with absolute

Clarity that no part of our existence was wasted in fear of

Failure. Or fear of success. 

Full of your spirit. We step out today.