Respecting My Husband.

God taught me something today. Well, it's been over the last few weeks but I finally got it today. Respect for my husband. Husbands are told to love their wives and wives are supposed to respect their husbands. (Eph. 5:22-23;25) I think I do a pretty good job of that, at least in the big... Continue Reading →

My Faith Story

Everyone has a faith story. Whether you grew up in an idyllic home or not. Whether life has seemed too easy for you or you've struggled every day to survive. Whether you've fought an addiction or illness, been to the depths of the pit, or not. Everyone has a faith story. This is mine. I... Continue Reading →

Attacked by Anxiety.

This week I'm going to have to do something I haven't done in a year. I'm going to have to get dressed, put on makeup, fix my hair beyond a messy couch potato style, and go out in public. I am lying if I say I am clam and collected about the whole thing because... 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 →

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 →

To Fear or Be Refined?

With the chaos that has overtaken our world, it is easy to become panicked and anxious. The other day I was browsing Facebook and though most of the posts I was reading were trying to make this heavy situation a bit lighter, I still felt panic trying to come upon me. The same thing happened... Continue Reading →

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