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…
As many of you are aware, Haiti is the birthplace of our adopted son, Comerson. As a result, this fifth-world country has captured a piece of our heart. But quite honestly, the bond goes much deeper. The people here are much like you and me. They love family and friends and go out of their way to care for each other. … Read More Why Helping Others is More About Faith than Finances
I have to admit, I can be pretty set in my ways. Recently, God showed me that I need to be more open minded about my daily quiet time. It doesn’t need to be at a set time, in a certain location, or even look like everyone else’s. My time with God can happen all day long…even in the midst of my chaos.
I have super exciting news to share with you…my hubby has a new website up and running to tell you about all the cool medical mission trips that are happening via Dell Children’s Medical Global Outreach. Many of you know about our passion for Haiti (and you’ve been following our story of adoption and the medical clinic at MyLifeSpeaks). And now, you can follow … Read More New Website for DCMGO!
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!
It has been an especially long summer. I found myself waiting and longing to take a much-needed family vacation. My longings grew as I scrolled through pictures on Facebook and Instagram of friends and family, jealously wishing I could be where they are. On the beach. In the mountains. Anywhere but home. I found myself wrestling repeatedly with discontentment. I wanted what someone else … Read More Where is your Hope?