I woke up early early one morning back in November with this thought….“In order to create you must first be able to dream.”

Don’t you just love dreaming?  I’m not talking about the dreams you have most nights after eating too much pizza either! 🙂


The first kind are those godly dreams and visions you have about the future and/or reveal things. For me, they usually have to do with increase and growth. Bigger and better. Sometimes they are warnings. They also almost always have to do with change. When I have these kinds of dreams I wake up with “that feeling” and I can’t describe it very well, at times I feel like I’ve been pressed deep into the middle of my mattress. The images and even the sounds are so vivid.

The other dreaming I like to do can be classified as a typical daydream, where you allow yourself to think of yourself in another job, home, country, etc. I can see myself living in that house, or moving to that country, or working in that job. I don’t just think about it, I can actually place myself into it in my mind’s eye.

I’m married to a man who dreams even bigger.

As a pastor, at times this gift has not been a blessing… some have said he needs to come down to earth, “live in reality” and some just don’t “get him” when he shares his dreams with them. You can actually see their minds revving up, whirling around and trying to grasp all that he is saying and usually it has to do more with figuring out how exactly he’d do it and how much it would cost then just listening and imagining along with him.

Then there are those who you know are seeing what he’s seeing or are at least getting just as excited as he is. A grin begins to form, their eyes start to sparkle and their head can’t help but nod.

I have to admit… at different points in my life… I have fallen into both categories.

Never stop dreaming. I believe that dreaming is vital to our lives – dreams can help restore our body, our mind and our spirit. Daydreaming has been proven to relieve stress, improves attitude, fosters creativity and refreshes our triune-being. Many successful people utilize positive daydreaming in their day to day lives.

God is a creative God who has created us to be creative. I believe the link between being able to create is being able to dream. They are intricately entwined – like the strands of DNA.

Dreaming about our future helps create our future!


I'm the Cool Mom of 4, Married to the Preacher Man, but at times I'm a little more Sass than Saint!

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