I am a wife, a mother, a sister, a daughter, a pastor, a sugar-based life form, a child of God. I don’t have the answers and I certainly don’t have all the questions but I’m on the journey and am trying to walk the walk and not just the talk. There are times that I am better at that than others!

I started this blog when diagnosed with a brain tumor in May 2010, so you’ll see random health bits.  But then again, you’ll see a lot of randomness because our Christian walk isn’t always neat and tidy, but most of the time branches into a lot of crazy directions.

What I’ve learned is that it’s good to have fellow journeyers.  None of us walks this path alone and none of us live completely in a bubble where we can just do what we want.  I am thankful for the community of faith and support that surrounds and the Spirit that guides and leads!

Here’s the story of my second brain surgery in 2013 on my friend and colleague’s Art of the Sermon podcast:  http://www.defininggrace.com/aots/033/

 

13 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Narcie,
    I just wanted you to know that I and many in the Alabama-West Florida Annual Conference are praying for you.

    Grace and Peace,
    Lew Wilder

  2. Narcie,
    I started reading your blog when you dad told me about your tumor before Annual Conference. You and your family have been on our pray list and this will continue. Your testimony is a wonderful example of walking in faith with our Lord. We love your dad and we love you.
    Peace and Grace,
    Paul

  3. Hi Narice,
    I just found your blog randomly and I love it! I’m a cancer survivor and Christ-follower. I’m going to go read some more of your posts, but so far I love it all! You rock, thanks for sharing so much!
    -rose duggan aka happyhippierose

  4. Looking forward to hearing about your journey as you begin to embrace and become an integral part of the Gator Wesley family! – Mark Mitchell, Class of ’89

  5. I stumbled upon your blog while looking up something about The Avengers (Thank you, God and Google). I have truly enjoyed your writing. My husband and I have a concert ministry and host an internet radio program as well as work in a UMC church in Texas. It’s always great to find others who love Jesus and Gungor as much as we do 😉 Blessings!

  6. Narice,

    Welcome to Florida! My daughter Sydney Jones is involved at Gator Wesley and her Dad & my spouse is a UM Pastor in Jacksonville, FL. We are appointed to Southside UMC. My daughter is working at Leesburg this summer at the Warren Willis UMC Camp. She is looking forward to working with you and can’t wait for the fall semester. Please know that we are praying for you & your family. We know the difficult job in moving with young kids. May God continue you to bless you & your special family.

    In Christ,
    Haley B. Jones

  7. Pastor Mike Smith forwarded your current blog to us on FB…you are a brave and amazing Child of God…certainly deserving our prayers! May The Lord lift you up with His all-powerful hands and grant you healing…you’ve so much good left to do in your life! May the Blessings of Easter surround you…

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