To the Bride…

In the midst of planning my wedding in the early months of 2010, I received a phone call from my brother. During our conversation, he nervously offered to fulfill a childhood wish of mine. He asked me if I still wanted him to walk me down the aisle. I immediately answered in the affirmative and... Continue Reading →

My Life Reflecting My Confession?

All who confess that Jesus is the Son of God have God living in them, and they live in God.1 John 4:15 NLT The confession of Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior must be a personal statement. It cannot be blithely said. We must contemplate it, seek it out, and meditate on it until it... Continue Reading →

The Indomitable Spirit

I was studying 1 John chapter 3 the other day and at first I was contemplating the verses comparing the world to Cain and the Body to Abel. I was thinking of how the world hates the Spirit of blessing and favor that resides in us and upon us. I was suddenly arrested by the... Continue Reading →

Food for the Body

How many times growing up (or even now) did you hear the phrase, "You are what you eat"? This mantra is usually spoken whenever we consumed too much candy or food labeled as "unhealthy". Perhaps it came out as, "If you eat one more ______ you're going to turn into it." I'll be honest, I... Continue Reading →

Rejoicing in Darkness

I was perusing through some of my old bible studies and I came across one from Isaiah 9:1-3 and I felt like it was so appropriate for us in this season of uncertainty and darkness. There is so much despair and fear and fighting, it's easy to forget that God is still present and still... Continue Reading →

One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Do you ever look at your workout routine and have the thought, I do not want to do that exercise? I don't mean as a whole, but an individual exercise that you think you have to do because someone recommended it or it's part of a Pinterest set you're doing. So you find yourself doing... Continue Reading →

Called to Move

This past week, over and over I am seeing the reminder to not be selfish, to not be self-centered, and to extend God's love selflessly. I know that it's a fight during normal times. When fear is pounding on our door demanding to come in, the easiest thing is to shove everything in front of... Continue Reading →

How to Survive a Quarantine

My son hasn't been to tumbling class in two weeks and it shows. I cannot tell you how many times I have told him to stop flipping or doing headstands on the couch today alone. So many times. This morning I used my kitchen counter to do a few barre exercises. We're not missing our... Continue Reading →

When I’m Not the One that Knows

"I'm thankful You know what's going on." These are the words I spoke and found comfort in last night. Isbe had woken up crying her 'something's really wrong' cry, which in and of itself is not necessarily a rare thing at night. What concerned me the most was how tight she gripped me when I... Continue Reading →

The Image of Mom

If you've read my last post then you know two things about me. One, I am a Stay at Home Mom. Two, I cannot cook, or rather, I am learning to cook. And I feel like that says a lot because I do not measure up to the image of what people, including myself, think... Continue Reading →

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