I remember when your miracle came to life, when we all celebrated God’s faithfulness and power. I sat in the audience watching, as you prayed for their miracle, and God moved through you. I was so full of faith, and with you, I was passionate about everyone experiencing what we shared together - God of … Continue reading What I wish People Understood: God broke trust with me, and only God can fix it.
I don't measure up. I don't fit in. I'm too much. … Continue reading Identify Me
Isaiah 45:5-6 "I am the Lord; there is no other God. I have equipped you for battle, though you don't even know me, so all the world from the east to the west will know there is no other God. I am the Lord, and there is no other." Psalm 100:3 "Know that the Lord … Continue reading Known
It's something I've been learning a lot about lately. Honor looks at a person and says, "I disagree with your choices, behavior, words, and/or actions, but I will think highly of you, show you respect in my tone and word choices as well as to continually speak highly of you to others." It does not … Continue reading Honor
"Lean into the pain..." I hear it... whispers... echoes of a voice I trust. lean into the pain... pain is the intersection where life and death meet, and we get to choose which road we will travel. What will we let die and what will we nurture to life when we experience pain? Pain is … Continue reading Pain: Nemesis or Mentor? Pt. 3
Going into my 4th pregnancy, the words of my last delivery nurse rang through my head. I had labored with and delivered my 3rd baby in under 2 hours without an epidural, and the sense of accomplishment and power that fete gave me was a high I still felt. I was determined to repeat that … Continue reading Pain; Nemesis or Mentor? pt. 2
I've been hearing it a lot these days. lean into the pain... I've had a lot of experience with pain... for the most part, I'd rather avoid it. From the moment labor started with my first baby, I knew I was in trouble. The pain was out of this world. I needed to vomit, but … Continue reading Pain; Nemesis or Mentor? pt. 1