Even though our season of life may be hard now, God is still at work in our lives.
Really, what is it that takes the prominent hold of our heart?
The turn of this new year? — I’ve stopped counting. Stopped counting how long it's been. Stopped ruminating how different the world's been — or how crazy the headlines have been. Plane falls, economy implodes, new strain develops, election went south, and our borders? — they have closed once again. It seems too easy to… Continue reading How to Best Think of Time
In a similar way, here we are sitting in our homes, observing and discussing the strange events around us. Despite all of our theology - most of us are not expecting Jesus to be near us right now.
The presence of anxiety is unavoidable but the prison of anxiety is optional...(Max Lucado)
Abraham kept looking towards the sky. He kept counting the stars. The longer he lingered, the stronger he grew in faith.
...how do you exactly embrace life when it isn't exactly what you've signed up for?
Owning your life isn't about clenching your fist, gritting your teeth, or controlling every outcome
finding your voice in the elements of the harsh that releases you into showers of joy.
That sometimes when it gets really dark and we are desperate to hold on to some light...
To every Mama battling busy, feeling behind --- You who fight fatigue, struggle over fear, and worry about the future - We know -- mothering can strip the strongest woman thin -- and this really is a tough gig. No doubt, it brings lots of joy. But there's no mistaking it -- lots of heartaches… Continue reading A Word to The Weary Mama: *Just Come*
What stirred deep within was a longing for a Father's love where I could be found. And held.
Post by the Husband "...by canceling the record of debt that stood against us with its legal demands. This he set aside, nailing it to the cross."Colossians 2:14 There is only three things that you can do with debt. You pay it back, you delay payment, or you never pay it back. Having a mortgage… Continue reading What Being Forgiven Really Means
Sports, Pyschology and Us: what truly drives us
The question isn’t who is exempt from this grief; not when you realize that things aren’t the way they are supposed to be and that “normal” won’t resume at the time you wish it returns, the question is “how are we going to get through this?”