Someone said something of a promise to me a few days ago – “If you keep bumping into a situation or hearing a phrase, it might be God talking to you.” Amen. Here are a couple of examples of how that works. I walked into Sunday School (late!) this week to a guest teacher speaking… Continue reading Becoming a Woman of Promise
I lost my sister very suddenly two months ago, but I gained so much in this loss. In this beginning of the series on what I gained from loss, I’m focusing on prayer. My sister was a prayer warrior and her influence brought me closer to the Lord through prayer. One of the most powerful weapons we Christians have in our arsenal is our ability to stop right now and pray.
My sweet Little One is a character. She is 19 months old and finally walking! All it took was a trip down the aisle to join our church recently. She was ready. We went and got her from the nursery. She saw the stage and off she went. She’s bold and bright and loud and… Continue reading The Delight of a Slow Walker
I used to put my name on petitions to get companies to recognize Christmas as a Christian holiday. I’d put my money where my mouth is. But then I got serious about this Christian thing. I realized that blogger Matt Walsh is correct when he says serious Christians aren’t worried about the stupid Starbucks cups.… Continue reading A Note On the Red Cups From a Former Christmas Petitioner
I started writing this post last year on my second daughter’s first birthday, but the business of raising two toddlers got me a little off track. I aim to write my children a letter each year on their birthday (or right around it like this year) to recap the growth I’ve seen in their lives… Continue reading A Letter to My Little One on Her Second Birthday