From the time my youngest was born, she had the strongest grip of any baby I’d ever encountered. I remember working diligently to pry her little fingers open to release tiny objects (and sections of my hair, ouch!). Her grip … Read the rest
Still. Calm. Tranquil. Unmoving. If you know me well, you know in a physical sense, none of these words describe me. It’s not my nature. I continually pray the Lord would “unrush” me and help me slow down each day, … Read the rest
We all trek through different seasons in our lifetime. As I type these very words my heart hangs a little heavy knowing that I am currently walking through a season of waiting. This isn’t a first for me and when … Read the rest
“It will be nearly impossible for you son to ever walk, talk, or eat on his own.” I’ll never forget the day a doctor told me this devastating news.
When you get pregnant, carry your baby for nine months, and … Read the rest
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Over the next few weeks we’ll be sharing tips and stories from people who’ve learned the secrets of ‘how to wait well.’ If God has taught you something about waiting, or revealed something invaluable during a season of waiting, would
Reality dose of the day: Change happens.
That. Can. Be. Scary.
Life is like a road. If you sit down in the middle of the lane, two things will happen. People will simply move around you or you will … Read the rest
I am not a fan of uncertainty. I like to be sure. I like to have answers. I like to have control. But I am learning there is more peace in surrender than in control.
Surrender in this season looks … Read the rest
As quick and easy movies and Youtube videos make transitions look, they are not. They take time, patience, and a lot of trial and error. My current transition from college senior to adulthood has been similar. I’ve turned eighteen. I’ve … Read the rest
As the year comes to an end, I cannot avoid looking back on everything that I have been through these past few months. This year made me experience a full range of emotions; from joy to heartbreak, and everything in … Read the rest
There is a reason fairy tales appeal to our human nature. “And they lived happily ever after” titillates our senses. Who doesn’t want a happy ending?
No one. That’s who.
We all yearn for happiness, joy, predictability, security, and a … Read the rest