So what is your biggest fear? I am talking about one of my in my newest post for Candidly Christian! I openly share about something that quickly makes me break into tears... You can go ahead and laugh at me, or with me, or acknowledge that you feel the same way. But my hope is … Continue reading The One Place To Always Find Comfort
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
Yes, I am writing about it. The coronavirus. It is one of the big things taking up the spot light in the news. As I write this, there was one confirmed case of the virus at our local hospital, and there have been actions taken to prepare the school system in our town to close for 2 weeks. That is a decision that will probably come in a couple days the latest, but I am guessing they are waiting to see if this thing is going to spread in our town before making a firm decision. As I watch the news, and see what is being posted on social media, it can be really easy to fall into fear about this thing, and I know that so many people are. But before you read more, I want you to consider who or what you go to as your source of truth?
Sometimes I think I am crazy. And today is one of those days. My husband is two rows up from me on a flight down to Florida, and if I told him that I wasn’t going to take my anxiety medicine to help me to be calm on the flight, he would have definitely said … Continue reading Let Us Be
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
A couple weeks ago, Mike was trying to get Charlie to jump in a pool, but Charlie was scared to jump if his dad wasn’t holding his hand. As Charlie stood at the edge of the pool with his life vest on, Mike kept saying I am strong and courageous, I won't be afraid over … Continue reading Til Kingdom Come
As like many of you, I don't remember a ton from my days growing up, but there are distinct memories that have stayed with me my entire life. There are moments of joy and laughter, but also moments of fears and tears. I remember waking up in the middle of the night as a young … Continue reading What Seeds Grow
It is about to get real friends, like over 1100 words real. Because I am worth the truth, I can trust. That is what God wrote on my mirror, and those are words that cut to the depths of my soul, and sounded great. These are words I could believe, and wanted to believe. Little did … Continue reading “I Forgot To Remember To Forget”