When life is uncertain, where do we go?

Happy Friday everyone! Another week down and we’re back around to Five Minute Friday with Kate and friends. Kate chooses a word prompt and we all write for 5 minutes, link up and share our words together. If you’d like to join us, click here. Our word prompt today is: TRUST At the beginning of this year God … Continue reading

You are seen. You are loved.

This last weekend I had the honor of hosting Women of Faith LOVED Simulcast tour and this is what I was reminded of the whole way through. You are seen!  You are not invisible to God.  You are loved. In our crowded lives of busy schedules and hectic days, we are not unseen,  we are not forgotten. This weekend … Continue reading

It’s not business… It’s personal!

Happy Friday everyone! It is finally the weekend and today we are linking up with Kate Motaung and the gang over at Five Minute Friday. This is when Kate gives us a word prompt and we write for 5 minutes. No over thinking just free write. If you’d like to join us, you could write … Continue reading

Things I learned in September

Have you ever had those months when you can’t believe it’s over and your mind whispers “that went fast!” But when you look back at the month’s beginning, you think “That was a long time ago!” September was that kind of month ~ jam packed and full of great stuff. Today we are linking up … Continue reading

Adoption ~ It Changes Everything

Last week I watched a family transform.  It was the official start of a new beginning. “J” came to them through the foster program over three years ago. His life before made his transition difficult at times. It took patience. Yet love overcame and a beautiful little boy emerged from that small shell of a body … Continue reading

September 11 is Never the Same

Some calendar days pass by with little significance to us individually. This is not one of those days. The date is spoken or we see it written out and something internal goes off. A sickening feeling in the pit of the stomach or a dry lump rises up in the back of the throat. This … Continue reading

An Open Letter to My Dad

Dear Dad, One of my earliest memories of you is when I stepped out of my bedroom on an early morning and saw you kneeling at the end of your bed.  You were asking God to protect your children in that new day. I didn’t intrude or interrupt but instead quietly tiptoed away and wondered … Continue reading