I have to admit to y'all that I've struggled with some anger issues over this virus pandemic. With the lack of information when this broke in China and my general distrust of the media, I felt for a long time that this event was being blown way out of proportion. It felt to me like… Continue reading Will You Trust or Fear?
What a beautiful reminder to have pop up in my blog! I am reposting this for my Thankful Thursday reminder. I love any and every opportunity to remind myself of God's faithfulness in my life. It is especially refreshing to reread in our current circumstance! That may sounds like a strange blog post title, but… Continue reading God is an insomniac.
I wanted to share what my pastor wrote in response to COVID-19. Fear is a weapon of the enemy. Brothers and Sisters - By this time you are almost certainly aware of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, that is currently spreading worldwide. The response of some appears to border on panic: stores are selling out of everything… Continue reading A Pastoral Response to COVID-19
I don’t like goodbyes and have never been good at them. The first of the 'hard goodbyes' I learned to hate was every time I had to say goodbye to my cousin, my best friend, after a visit. Whether it was watching a vehicle drive away while I wildly waved my hands in the air,… Continue reading The Art of Goodbyes
This post is going to get a little personal, but for decades now, I have told people that I believe my life can serve as a great warning to others. If you can learn from my mistakes, then those mistakes have served a good purpose and I'm willing to share them with you. December 2006… Continue reading Being a Pastor’s Wife
This post is from way back, August 2010. We still enjoy family games on Sunday. This was a great memory to read back through! Sunday at our home is family time, after church we do a little lunch and then vote on which family activity we are going to do. I bruised my heel last… Continue reading Sunday Games
Sometimes, it's a lot of fun and quite humorous to read through old drafts of mine. I get to spend some time reflecting how my life has changed and how my life can remain so very constant over the years. For instance, the following draft came from Nov. 2015, and yet, the sentiment is still… Continue reading What’s New With Me?