LovesPlaceMat – Love’s Place Mat.
Did you know God speaks words and names over you and your life? Years ago, I felt God whisper the name LovesPlaceMat to my heart. I had never even thought to put those words together into one, but God had thought it through extensively. Over the years he has expounded on what this name means as well as the purposes he wants to accomplish with/through me.
To put it simply, I am the place mat and God is love. God gives me things to hold whether that be nuggets of wisdom, his love, perspectives, healing, insight, his presence – really whatever he wants (it’s his show after all). Then he places people in my path that I share these things with.
I don’t profess to be all knowing, have-it-altogether or able to solve every problem. Quite the opposite actually, I am messy, a human until I die, and still very much figuring out this thing called “life”. I get things wrong sometimes. I am daily aware of my need for God and his presence.
LovesPlaceMat’s goal is to point people to God and in the process, help them get to the places God wants them to go.
Because God has helped me a ton in the areas of identity, security and trust, I naturally share about these things. It is constantly my prayer that God would speak through me and be glorified. I am a work in progress and will be until the day I die, and God still works through me, such an honor.
A little about me,
Enneagram type 9 and INFJ
Master’s in Counseling Student (I’ll graduate in about 50 years or so)
Future Licensed Professional Counselor – I have a heart for seeing people whole, healed and thriving!
I am 29 years old
God’s been working that singleness through me real good..
My deepest desire is to know God and be known by him. The closer the better.
Current and forever loves: Jesus, dark chocolate, hikes, rainy days, and good friends
I genuinely delight in other people and love how we are all made different and unique – this is partly why I love seeing people thrive and become whole, because we need you!
If you want to know anything else, just ask 🙂