I have a confession... I did something a few weeks ago that reflects a bigger issue that can be in my life... and I am sharing it with you today.
This is a letter I wrote to an older "Olivia" but it was inspired by someone who struggles with fearing she won't go to heaven out of the worry she will make the wrong decisions. This letter is for her... and for others who may feel like her.
Today I am sharing about the second time that the disciples get stuck in a storm while they are on a boat... but this time, Jesus isn't in the boat with them...
The other day I was texting a friend of mine, and I asked her what she was struggling with in the faith department. I knew that she would be honest, and she was. And I think what she is struggling with is a struggle that many of us don't want to share, or be open … Continue reading How To Keep Faith In Times Like These
Olivia knows she is a little princess. She is confident in who she is. She knows she is loved, and she would wear her favorite princess dress everyday if she could. I am pretty different in that confidence department, and that is what I am sharing about on my new post for Candidly Christian this … Continue reading 5 Unconditional Truths About Our Identity
Tonight is the night before Good Friday, and I have been doing a lot of thinking of what events that happened the night before Jesus died on the cross, especially in regards to what happens in the garden. Here my thoughts, on where I want to find myself tonight.
Any of you feel like you are fighting right now? What are you fighting? Name it... Here is what Charlie's distance learning taught me about making sure I am going to the right sources for truth, and what to do with the things we are fighting...
Today I am doing something a little different on the blog, and sharing a video testimony/encouragement about a dream Olivia had during naptime yesterday. Take a watch, as this dream comes straight from the heart of God, and teaches us about the faith of a child.
Today I am sharing about Easter outfits, the hope of Easter, yet the reality we are all facing... and the one thing Jesus never asks us to do.
If you have followed my site for a while, you will remember that a few years ago my husband and I got stuck in Puerto Rico during Hurricane Maria (you know that category 5 hurricane that devastated the island?). As the days go on, I have noticed so many similarities to what we walked through … Continue reading Hurricanes, Corona, and Faith