There is a simple way to discover what you love in this life.
And I’m not speaking of love in the way that you might love a hot dog. However, that does bring a story to mind...
When my sister was in 2nd grade she loved hot dogs. I mean really loved them. She even received a note home from school from her teacher. I vividly remember my mom asking her, “Did you eat hot dogs every day for lunch this last year?!” My sister responded, “On November 13th, I had a piece of pizza!" I couldn't help but laugh hysterically. She really had eaten hot dogs almost every day. She loved hot dogs!
The Lord stripped away a lot of the identity that I didn’t realize was keeping me from stepping into His identity for me. I truly realized that my time with Crossroads (where I had spent 6 years on summer staff and a year as a CDH intern), and college (a season that I loved and felt like God was using me in) had come to an end. In both of those places, I had influence. I had a platform and I had favor. And I had people. And yet, in the span of two years, I saw both of those chapters come to a close. And it rocked me.