Thankfully my husband is home with me full time and so thankful that means I get to run all my ideas by him whenever they come up. Before becoming a mama, I ran online Bible studies and they were awesome (other people’s words, not mine). I felt so alive and it never felt like work.

But then I got sick and they had to stop and then being a mom just took over. 

But I’ve felt so called to run them again but wasn’t sure what that looked like anymore.

So I talked to my husband.

I told him I was feeling so called to work in ministry again but wasn’t sure. I didn’t know if that’s really what I’m supposed to do and how were we going to make it work. Since we live on my business income alone, I keep making money. 

Being the leader my husband is, he told me to just trust God. To really pray about it.


God's calling for our family  is ministry. What is is yours?

So I did and boy did God answer me.

Here’s what happened in the last week.

I was scrolling through some scriptures to find something for my husband and I came across good ole 2 Timothy.

One particular verse stood way out to me.

2 Timothy 4:5 New International Version (NIV)

But you, keep your head in all situations, endure hardship, do the work of an evangelist, discharge all the duties of your ministry.



Well oh okay then God. Heard you.

I looked at Glenn and said, “okay clearly this is what He wants me to do.”

But God never tells us something just once when it’s what we’re meant to do.

We go to church on Sunday and Matt Hearn was speaking about patience and finding hope.

When he quotes this scripture.


Habakkuk 2:2 New International Version (NIV)

Then the Lord replied:

“Write down the revelation
    and make it plain on tablets
    so that a herald may run with it.



 I hear You loud and clear!

 Run a ministry and share the gospel. Got it.

 But alas, not the last thing God shares with me.

Sunday night Glenn and I turn on Steven Furtick and his February series.

He starts out this new series on what our calling is and how do we know if something is from God. 

Furtick then says during his sermon something along the lines of “you may be running a business now but all God wants is all of you.”

Talk about hitting me right in the chest.


Glenn looks at me and says, “babe, I think God’s speaking directly to you.”


It doesn’t stop there.


Monday, my long-time childhood friend calls to ask about Church things and says, “I basically consider you the prophet because you speak so much life and truth into people.”


I cannot deny what I’ve been told.


I cannot pretend this isn’t my calling anymore.


The adversary wants me to keep second guessing myself so I don’t continue to share the Gospel and all the revelations I’ve had.


With that being said, I’m so excited about this adventure. It means more Bible studies. Glenn and I mapped out studies that go until Easter 2020!


He’s also launching his ministry for men!


It’s an exciting time in the Price household because God has never been clearer than He is right now about our path.


I’m so thankful to have been blessed with a husband who not only supports my journey but is right there alongside me, encouraging me, keeping me accountable and growing in Christ with me.


I hope you’ll join this journey with us.

I can give you a sneak peek of the studies to come!

  •  Parenting with Grace and Temperance 
  • Parenting as a team (doing this with Glenn’s group) 
  • The Road to Christmas 
  • Marriage in God’s Design (before Valentine’s Day) 
  • 40 Days of Faith and Realignment 

I know we’re on an awesome journey here and doing exactly what God wants us to do. I cannot wait to see what this brings to us and to you.


Be sure to comment below with what it is God’s called you to do and/or how you discovered God’s purpose for you! Cannot wait to see what God’s calling for you is.