The biggest and most important thing pediatric cancer taught me and continues to teach is: Love God and love others.
"He's showing me he's making that place for me, "a new heaven and a new earth," and it isn't going to be the way things are now. Everything will be changed. (Rev. 21:1-8) He is the one who is teaching me to be okay with not being okay in this change." Read more at Key Ministry's Patheos … Continue reading Everything Has Changed (Key Ministry)
Christmas so often means focusing on a baby and His birth. This season I'm thankful for that baby's life to come; the pain He knew would come and He chose anyway. I'm praising God for the Savior he sent as a baby only to die to give us a place of a Heavenly home someday.
On to a few of my favorite things. You know it's the holiday season, so I have stepped up my fashion game. HA! Just kidding. Don't be fooled. I'm still wearing Nike shorts. I've just added my Ugg boots and a polartec fleece to keep cozy. But, when I do leave the house for more than just snagging the mail, I've found a few things I love.
Count it all joy. That's what it says in James 1:2. But what about that part of the Bible where it tells us we will have seasons for everything; weeping and laughing, mourning and dancing? (Ecclesiastes 3) I am, for sure, in that weeping and mourning part. Sounds come out of the pain I did not … Continue reading Counting it All Joy (Key Ministry)