Some days are easier than others. There are great days, and then there are days when I'd rather never get out of bed again. On those days even sunshine doesn't seem as bright, and I am reminded just how imperfect I really am.
Even if it makes me out to be "overly-sensitive", I will not confuse my children by participating, or allowing them to participate in something that at the very core marks what is wrong with our society. Words and actions affect people. The date on the calendar doesn't change that.
Since the day I got down on my knees and asked Jesus to guide me through this life, to save me from the person I'd become, and to fill me with his Holy and loving Spirit, I've seen my life change before my eyes. Some days are easier than others, but each day brings me… Continue reading God’s Work in My Family
"But if we walk in the light, as He is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus, His Son, purifies us from all sin." 1 John 1:7 Our LORD is amazing and He works in ways we couldn't begin to imagine. He has a plan for my life, and… Continue reading My One Word: Fellowship.
Each morning this week, after our one-on-one studies are completed, my kiddos and I take a break for some snuggles on the couch.
I'm sure you've seen or heard the saying, "When life gets too hard to stand, kneel". I think I need to focus on that. No matter what is going on in your life, always remember to pray. Pray because you're happy. Pray because you're sad. Just remember to do it. I'll make sure I remember… Continue reading When Life Gets Too Hard
What do you do when your world crumbles and turns to dust? When everything you've ever known, or thought you knew is destroyed by actions out of your control? Recently, this happened to my little family. In a big, big way. Our lives were turned upside down by the selfish and unconscionable actions of another… Continue reading When Your World Crumbles
My daughter had her last day of school on Tuesday, as did many children. However, for my daughter she wasn't just saying goodbye for the summer, with the promise of returning to her friends and teachers again in September. She was saying adios for good. She has been excited for our new adventure, and this… Continue reading The End is the Beginning