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 [...]
If you ever want to feel like a fraud, write a blog. Seriously. More times than not, I feel inadequate in the things that I share because so many times I feel my faith and trust in Jesus isn't strong enough to put out there for the world wide web to read. And if you want to feel like a bigger fraud, change your blog's domain name to your own name. But that is what I did. I have been thinking about it for about 6-8 months now, but felt it was prideful. However once I started having major problems with my site, I decided to switch blog platforms again, which would mean designing a whole new site, and with that I decided to change the name of my blog again to a name that will never change. But there is another name that is unchanging...
I had just moved into a new apartment. It was right at that time that I began to have dreams of a man being in my apartment when I was not there. He was never nice, sometimes he would be sitting on my bed, and other times he would be sitting on my couch. The dreams were a bit unnerving. As the weeks and months went on strange things began to happen. My dog would bark at seemingly nothing. When I got home my television and lights would randomly be on. My kitchenware began to disappear, along with my favorite blanket and candles.
"You better hope you and Mike never have children". That is something that was said to me about two months before I got pregnant with Charlie. Those are words that someone who is hoping to get pregnant never should hear right before getting pregnant. That was a phrase similar to a lot of lies that [...]
Have you every looked at someone as a "spiritual giant"? As the Grant Applicant and Recipient Liaison at MedSend, I have the pleasure of reading the applications of aspiring medical missionaries, and newsletters and annual reports from our recipients that come in as part of my job. As I sit at my desk reading, I [...]