It’s taken me a few years to come to the following conclusion. If God, the Creator of the universe, Maker of all things, fully able Healer, knew from the beginning of time that my husband would glorify Him best by being a quadruple amputee, then the transition happened as smoothly as it ever could. He … More Sweet Suffering
College was not the most easy-going experience for me. In fact, the first few years were downright horrible. I attended the University of Texas at San Antonio and lived at home. I also worked a part time job serving at a restaurant. It was tough to meet new friends because I wasn’t on campus very … More Wastelands or Rivers
“Clean your room.” “Be kind and stop fighting.” “Please stop calling your sibling ‘stupid’.” “Pick up your dirty socks and underwear.” These phrases are common in our household as we are in the midst of discipline training in my home with four little people under the age of 9 years. My husband and I continually … More Slivers of Hope Amidst Disobedience, Destruction, & Dirty Underwear
Growing up in the northern mountains of Pennsylvania, my brothers and I would play outside after school each day. We had a large backyard and beyond that was a thickly wooded hillside. Various friends would show up and we would play games or run around in the woods. When it was time for dinner, my … More Am I Listening?
Nicole hit it out of the ballpark with her intro on Jeremiah and Lamentations last week! What a great introduction to these two books of the Bible that can be difficult to understand and may not seem applicable to us today. But, oh dear ladies, they do apply! We can use every ounce of wisdom … More Answer God’s Call