The biggest and most important thing pediatric cancer taught me and continues to teach is: Love God and love others.
Okay, maybe fashion does take a few days off when it comes to hair. Maybe it takes more than a few days off, let's go with five out of seven. Hair is hard, friends. Don't let those Pantene commercials fool you.
I woke up singing a song of praise. I usually wake up with some kind of song to God in my head. The only way I can explain it is the Holy Spirit puts it in there before I wake because He knows chances are great I will need it. He knows I'll need a … Continue reading Counting My Blessings
So now, I am a mom. I wouldn't want to be anywhere else. My kids and I are healing together. I trust God has me being here, present in this place, for His purpose and plan exactly like the all years before. And I will thrive here once again. What am I doing? I'm just a mom. And I love it.
“How are you?” No one really wants the answer to that question, at least the real answer. It’s the “Don’t ask/Don’t Tell” of our lives. I believe in answering truthfully. If you don’t want the real answer, don’t ask the question. “How are you?” is heavy. It isn’t a passing question to fill the quiet space … Continue reading Everything Has Changed (Key Ministry)