There are times in the Christian’s walk when the cross we bear for Christ seems too heavy a burden to carry, even though it is a burden that must be carried if one is to be a disciple. This is why Jesus repeatedly warned His followers to weigh the price of carrying the cross when … More The Cross You Bear
Today is the National Day of Prayer! Now, prayer may not be your thing, but it is vitally important to my life 🙂 Prayer: helps to alleviate the guilt of my sin (and yes, I do sin), it helps me to find solace during troubling times, it gives me hope that someone actually cares about … More National Day of Prayer
Yesterday was Palm Sunday, the day Christians worldwide celebrate Christ’s entering Jerusalem riding on a donkey as the children of Israel waved palm branches at him. This was a combination of the national symbol of their nation was waved at who they hoped would be their political salvation from Rome at the same time Jesus … More But who do you say that I am?
This week, I am thankful for the big things that make it easier to handle the little things. Our future is unknown to us. That can be said for any military family at any time. But for us, we have been living with the unknown for a few months now. The wind may be blowing … More Thankful For Big Things
iwilltrustinyou via Sara Pinterest Most of my readers know how challenging this year has been for us. Last summer we moved away from the place that felt like ‘home’ to this military family. That transition was just rough for us all. Being the ‘wife/mom’ during this time frame was even harder because I had to … More Thankful for letters
Today’s Memory Lane is all about perspective. Don’t you just love perspective? I do. Perspective helps you to see things from outside your personal box and put on the lenses of others. This is a very useful gift given by God to help us learn to not be so self-focused and teaches us that our … More Get a new perspective
What a week! Much of the emotional roller coaster I plan to dump here (sorry about that, but it is my blog:-) ) and some I’m not at liberty to discuss yet. ~~~~ I discovered earlier this week that a couple of my students had lied about doing their school work last week (we homeschool, … More Dumping the Fragments