A mess. A beautiful mess. Once I share our mess, you may think differently. You may rant and judge, and that’s okay. Or, you may feel a release, shed tears, knowing you are not alone. I carried a baby in my tummy, read stories to her, sang lullaby’s, and wrote her letters before I held … Continue reading A beautiful mess. A mother. A daughter. Christ. And a lifestyle.
Spring forward into YOU! My heart leaps during spring. New life breaking forth around me, enjoying sunnier days and playful laughter. Time spent outside with family, friends, and by myself. Listening to the birds chirping, even frogs croaking in a nearby pond, brings a smile to my face. My daughter rushes through the house with a … Continue reading Spring forward into YOU!
I have said and used Proverbs 29:18 in error, never finishing the whole text. I've stopped at "without vision, the people perish." Stopping. Leading me to contort the word, that if I kept a vision--a goal out in front of me, it would be more easily attained. If we study scripture (written word), the truth … Continue reading Why walk with restraint in 2018?
Today, I taught the preschool class. A little boy looked me straight in the eyes and said, "I think you have a big tummy." Then wrapped his arms around my waist--loving on me. Truth--wrapped in love. Truth without love pushes people away--with love, draws them closer. God is TRUTH. God is LOVE. Not one without … Continue reading What does truth with love look like?
Dear Lord, I declare this day, as for me and my house, we will serve you. Not just speak of Your name, not just know who You are, but love and serve You. I pray that Your presence rests on my daughter. Prepare a man who loves You and serves You to be her husband. … Continue reading Prayer before my daughter is ready to marry…
I'm sitting, staring at the List. The List I made over the weekend to help me stay on track with my writing. All this and more to be completed in one day, along with homeschool and daily life. Work on WIP Write 250 words for the new book Write a blog post Edit a chapter … Continue reading The Interruption
The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me. Because the Lord has anointed me to preach good tidings to the poor, He has sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to those who are bound; to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord, … Continue reading The Good News of Salvation
Dear Lord, I declare this day that, As for me and my house, we will serve You. Not just speak Your name, not just know who You are, but love and SERVE You. To serve You takes on an identity in itself - serving in humility. You are a Holy God, a worthy Lord, … Continue reading As For Me and My House…Joshua 24:15
When I think about the word scapegoat, my mind wonders in the direction of an individual taking the fall-the blame for someone else. Maybe it was a business deal that wasn’t profitable, a politician that carried the blame of a political agenda, or a parent weighted down with the burden of a wayward child. Whatever … Continue reading Scapegoat, Weak or Strong?
God, in You, I live and move and have my being. Acts 17:28 I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ. Romans 1:16 Nothing seperates me from the love of God. Romans 8:38 I press toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus. Philippians 3:14 The Lord … Continue reading 15 Bold Statements for a Woman