“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)
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)
Grief is a funny thing. It's never when you think it should come. It sneaks up on you when you least expect it. Sometimes, it's when you're putting dishes away. Others, it comes as a flood in the Target grocery aisle for what seems no reason at all. Grief isn't picky about its victim. It … Continue reading grief