What do you do when what you hope for and what you feel are two different things? Check out this post to learn how to fight for hope.
Leslie never imagined her life would turn out that way. Addicted to drugs. Estranged from her family. Selling everything she had to eat and to use. She never imagined a day when the Department of Human Resources (DHR) would take her 3-year-old son, Garrett away from her. But it happened. A few weeks ago we discussed… Continue reading Uncomfortable: One Family’s Story of Reconciliation
I cannot stand being uncomfortable. I don’t like being too hot. I can’t stand it when I am so cold I am shivering. New places can stretch me when I don’t know anyone because I feel awkward, shy, and vulnerable. It’s the worst. But sometimes being uncomfortable can be good for us. In fact, I’ve… Continue reading Feeling Comfortable with the Uncomfortable
Do you struggle with why the Lord isn’t healing a part of your body? It may be because He wants to tend to the roots.
I got to thinking this past week. What would have happened if I allowed my fears to get the best of me. What is at stake if I choose to avoid the things I feel God leading me to do and let them pass me by? For the last five weeks we have been talking… Continue reading What Happens When Fear Wins?
Over the past few weeks we have been discussing a variety of ways we can overcome our fears. It’s been so exciting for me to see how you have responded to my posts and how many of you have resonated with what I shared. You have no idea how comforting it is to know that… Continue reading How I Quit Complaining
The other day I was traveling with a friend in the car when she started talking about the reality of her panic attacks. It didn’t take long for another friend to chime and share about hers. They spoke of how it felt so real. Each woman explained how it came on out of no where and was… Continue reading Want to Overcome Your Fears? Then You’re Gonna Have to Fight