Have you ever listened to someone else's suffering and thought, "That's not as bad as mine." Photo by Jaime Reimer on Pexels.com Warning: there is some true talk coming up. It's the not so pretty side of me, the selfish side rearing its ugly head. It happens a lot more than I would like to … Continue reading Comfort Like I’ve Been Comforted
" ... but we also rejoice in our afflictions, because we know that affliction produces endurance, endurance produces proven character, and proven character produces hope. This hope will not disappoint us because God's love has been poured out in our hearts through the Holy Spirit who was given to us."Romans 5:3-5 "but we also rejoice … Continue reading I Will Rejoice
What does worship look like for you? It's different for everyone. It shouldn't be the same for each person. So why do a lot of us look the same when we do worship? What should worship look like? Worship for me was turned upside down when I found myself on the floor a few times … Continue reading What Does Worship Look Like?
I've gotten into a few books again. Sometimes life gets in the way of hobbies that require sitting still and holding one's attention for long periods of time. Children can be that way. These past weeks we've had a little normality in our house again. Here's what I'm reading ... Wonder by R.J. Palacio: Everyone … Continue reading What I’m Reading …
I have been chided for sharing too much information about my son and his needs. There are people who say, "This is his story to share. That is, should he choose to do so." Little do they know, our stories are tied pretty tightly. Then there is the flip side. There are those that want to … Continue reading You Do You, Special Needs Parents!