Have you ever done something that you were really not proud of? I have a list of stuff like that. And I am going to share with you one of the things today. I wasn't a bad teen but there were times that I made some bad decisions. This was one of those times. I … Continue reading Let’s Go Back To The Beginning
My daughter Olivia likes "pretty" things. Every morning she asks to wear a pretty dress, and she will let you know if the dress that you pick out for her is NOT pretty. For Christmas, we got her a couple of cute sparkly "pretty" shoes. She wore them all the time. It didn't matter if … Continue reading The Story Of The Gold Ballet Flats
Today my new post for Candidly Christian goes up. It is actually a bit funny as it is titled "3 Truths to Rest in Jesus in the Storm", because yesterday I got caught in a bit of a "storm", sort of. We were on the island on my parents boat, and my friend and her … Continue reading 3 Truths To Rest In, In The Storm
I just wanted to break into tears, watching as our governor gave an update on the state of how schools will be opening in the Fall. I want my children to go back to school, it has been hard for them to be away from their structure, and friends. But I have a really hard … Continue reading How To Wear A Mask
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
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
How many of you are parents? Right now my children are ages 5 and 3, and the responses that come out of their mouths can be pretty funny. But sometimes they can be a little flustering. But I have come to realize that the way they respond to me, and the way that I respond … Continue reading 3 Things Peter Teaches Me About Responding To God