I used to struggle with insomnia. I had so much going through my mind – so many worries and a long to do list that grew with each hour. Then, I gave that all to God. And I slept. For the past few weeks, I’ve been sleepless again. As I sit here looking at the … More Purpose, Lies and Insomnia
The faith of a child . . . I have heard that phrase so often, and although there is nothing in scripture instructing us to have faith like a child, there are several mentions of making ourselves like a child. I believe that means reminding ourselves we are dependent on our Daddy God for all … More Twenty One Pilots, Childlike Faith, and Answered Prayers
We took a leap of faith. We don’t regret it at all. I want to shout it from the rooftops!
This week we started a series on the book of Jonah. I love everything about Jonah’s story because, well, it has everything: faith, fear, defiance, salvation, redemption, and that’s just to name a few. A quick recap of the story in case you might not remember: God tells Jonah to go to Nineveh and preach … More Jonah’s Saving Grace
My kiddos have a performance for their school’s annual Grandparents’ Day program coming up soon. They’ve been working on it since the end of January. Little-by-little, they’ve practiced in the classroom to make sure they get things memorized and know when and what to do. The day before the program, they will hold a dress … More Why Does God Allow Us to Mess Up?
A while back I wrote a post called The Loss of a Dream Just Before Becoming a Reality, and I talked about something we had been praying for that slipped through our hands just days before being our reality. One thing I didn’t mention was my purpose for writing the post and my purpose for … More Nothing Short of a Miracle