Waiting rooms are the worst. They have the unique ability to actively suck the life out of you even though you are doing nothing but sitting and waiting. The TV options are usually limited and mindless. And if you must go to the DMV, you feel as if you will never escape the dull confines … Continue reading The Waiting Room
Happy Monday! My new post for Candidly Christian is up, but I have had a lot of new subscribers lately, so wanted to share a little bit about myself with you all. My name is Jess, and coffee, chocolate, and pink roses are my love languages. Now since we have covered that, let's get to … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why We Need To Share Our Faith
Each year on New Years Eve, Mike and I go to dinner, and discuss 4 things to pray for as a family, and individually through out the year. Then at the end of the year we reflect on how God has answered our prayers. Deciding on what to pray for in 2019 was hard. We … Continue reading Because…
I said in Friday's blog that I wasn't really into the Christmas season this year. The things that I have usually enjoyed doing, haven't brought the enjoyment that it usually has. I am usually the one who likes Christmas movies (the Hallmark, and Lifetime ones...go ahead make fun of me), the ribbons, bows, etc. And … Continue reading The Story of the Deer: The Heart of Christmas
Are you in a Christmas rut? Do you want to bring joy to others this season, but are unsure how to do it? I have been there! Join me on Candidly Christian today where I share how I feel about Santa Clause, and 9 ways to bring joy to others this Christmas season!
Have you ever felt like you are existing and not really living? Are there parts of your life that feel dead? Is your grave fear, insecurity, or disbelief? There is one answer.
If you could name the season in life, in regards to your faith, that you are in, what would you name it? Think about that for a second, before reading on. Would you name it faith? Fear? Disbelief? Disobedience? Surrender? Name it... And then read this week's blog!
People have often told me that I have a great memory. I can remember some things others can't. Like the fact that when we were kids, my grandmother's friend Norma, used to stab us with safety pins when we didn't listen. I remember hiding behind the bed one day, because I knew she was going … Continue reading The Things I Forget To Remember
Do you have a favorite book of the Bible? I am not sure that I can hand pick just one book, but Ruth is at the top of my list of favorites. And today I am back on Candidly Christian sharing about Anna and Elsa from Frozen, and what I have been learning from Ruth and Naomi the past few months.
So this morning after church, we went to pick up my husbands car at his parent's house. Apparently over night, a few cars in the neighborhood got things stolen from them. And our car got our check book stolen from it. Not really a huge deal, but really annoying because it is my birthday, and … Continue reading Fight Like A…