There come times I need to be reminded that God is sovereign. He’s in control. Of all things. From the beginning to the end. He is working all things together for the good of those who love Him. He has a plan. He has a story to be told. Nothing takes Him by surprise. He has an answer for everything. All things, big and … Read More No Need to Worry: God is in Control
I’m feeling terrible—I couldn’t feel worse! Get me on my feet again. You promised, remember? When I told my story, you responded; train me well in your deep wisdom. Help me understand these things inside and out so I can ponder your miracle-wonders. My sad life’s dilapidated, a falling-down barn; build me up again by your Word. Barricade the road that … Read More When My Faith is Frail
I want to live like Jesus. I hope that I willingly surrender in order to seek Him more. I wish I didn’t crave the things of this world. But I have a problem. There is a war going on inside. I cannot figure out how to manipulate God to give me exactly what I want and when I want it. And if I’m going to live … Read More WHAT IS FAITH AND HOW DO I GET IT?
It is never fun or easy to journey through difficult situations; however, God recently changed my attitude. Even in the murky waters, I can learn something about God. This light & momentary affliction is preparing me for the eternal weight of glory! Read more…
Hi ATX friends, I am excited to announce a new women’s Bible study for the fall! Come join me for The Good Portion: Mary and Martha, a 6-week study peering into the theology of two sisters. As women, many of us quickly relate to Martha, wrapped up in the hustle and bustle of everyday life. We find ourselves wrestling with busyness, inadequacy, resentment, and comparison. … Read More New Bible Study this Fall!
For me, it was the fact that one of the hardest experiences I had while I was on mission in Haiti was actually one of the best, and I’ve struggled with dichotomy ever since.
We got a puppy for Christmas…thinking it would be a good idea. I think the jury is still out. Especially since I am the one who wakes up to take her outside when the whimpering becomes overwhelming. Plus, there are these sharp spikes protruding from her mouth. They sink into the back of your leg when least expected. We have a toddler too. He … Read More What can you learn from a puppy and a toddler?