Author, Speaker, & Nurse
Hello, I am Julianne Clodfelter and thank you for stopping by my website and blog. Here is a little about myself I would like to share:
I am happily married to Brian of 22 years and we share three children together. Our oldest son is Rhett and he is in college. Our middle son, Mason, is in high school. And, our daughter Libby is a 4th grader; she may be the youngest but she is also the Boss!
Before God led me to ministry, I was a practicing nurse at my local hospital for 17 years. It was in my Retention Nursing position that I sensed a call from God to step out and broaden my territory with mentoring women outside my sphere of influence in healthcare. I loved my job and questioned God immensely about this feeling for months. I was confused and scared. This was unknown territory for me. It took me a while to be obedient and leave my position and pursue ministry. When I left, I went to work with my husband in our business with the idea that I would have time to pursue my calling with work flexibility. Little did I know at that time, our business would explode and it left very little extra time for me to focus on my calling. I ignored it, again, for years…
We had a very unexpected event happen in our lives with my mother-in-law passing away in the summer of 2019.
It happened very suddenly and her death changed my perspective on my life and my purpose, literally overnight. I knew it was time to go after my calling and do it with ALL of my focus. Life is short!
Life is so short...this is something we all say, but do we really live life like tomorrow may be our last day here on earth? Let’s learn to walk out the call together, even in our every day mundane. It’s in our every day, that we see the beauty of God’s plan and begin to walk it out. Join me on The Journey of Mundae Me, Miraculous God!
Live the Best You!
Ask the Nurse
Make the Mundane Count!
God First, Always
“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs."
1 Corinthians 13:4-5
Live Life on Purpose!
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