1-1-17 Happy New Year! Many people start off a new year thinking about resolutions and goals. I do that too. It’s important to know where you want to go and how you want to get there. But right now, let’s think for a few minutes about what we want to leave behind in 2016.
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When Holidays are Hard
12-18-16 Between the silver bells ringing, decking of the halls, and the lovely branches of the tree, Christmas can become overwhelming. Especially if you’re grieving. If that’s how you’re feeling this holiday season, I want you to know that you aren’t alone.
Nature Proclaims His Glory
10-30-16 This past week I was blessed to go on vacation with my family. It was the first time I had been to Hilton Head Island, and it was wonderful. Even though there was still obvious devastation from Hurricane Matthew, the area is absolutely beautiful. Being at the beach it is so easy to feelContinue reading “Nature Proclaims His Glory”
Thoughts from Shopping Carts
10-2-16 Against my better judgment, I went grocery shopping Friday after work. I love people, but I do not enjoy crowds. At all. Especially when I’m in a hurry. But in the interest of eating, I did it anyway.
When life goes crazy, is it my fault?
8-14-16 Job’s friends suggested his life was shattered because of sin. Sometimes people think that following God provides some sort of immunity against problems. Which can lead to the thought that when people suffer it’s their fault. Let’s look at that.
Leaving a Legacy
6-12-16 It’s 12:06 AM on Sunday morning. I’m writing this post on my trusty laptop as my husband is driving us home from a baptism. Things like this, what we’re doing right now, matter. It’s been an eventful day for several reasons, and I’ve had some things on my mind. Mostly what’s left behind whenContinue reading “Leaving a Legacy”
5-20-15 God is big. I mean really, really big. Infinitely big. And that’s something that, as mere people, is hard to comprehend. If I could put a soundtrack on this blog post it would be Christina Perri’s “Human”. When our reality is that overwhelmed sense of only being able to take just so much ofContinue reading “Limiting God”