I didn’t want to disturb the crowd around me, but I couldn’t wait, so I did what any polite wife does during a notable sermon. I rubbed my right elbow….
My alarm went off, (“Mama, Mama”). But that dawn came slow stretching, to awaken. And before the coffee began to drip, I held my empty cup exhaustedly to Him, utterly….
She wears a pink straw hat and sits beside me. We stretch across the grassy terrain with a breeze at our back, fresh blades of green between our fingertips and the warm blaze….
READ: Psalm 119:5 (MSG) Oh, that my steps might be steady, keeping to the course you set. She takes a few steps forward, then pauses and turns back. I quickly learn that saying….
Do you ever struggle to tell God out-loud, the burdens and concerns of your heart? Or do you feel pressure to be proper, perfect and with prose, hold yourself together. In….
READ: Mark 12:41-44 I’ve been studying through one woman’s story and I sense surrender breaking through the rocky soil in my heart. Mark depicts the tender moment and my eyes moisten with conviction. Then one poor widow came and….
When Mama turned the calendar page, my heart turned the corner. I seldom felt ready when September appeared. From the breakfast room wall, square patterns dangled the days filled with lists, schedules, and the….
“Do you know your way back?” the Engineer grinned questionably. Positively! I stammered out, nodding yes. Wait what? What was I thinking? The river was much wider than I remembered. Scanning….
READ: [James 1:23-24] Anyone who listens to the word but does not do what it says is like someone who looks at his face in a mirror and, after looking….
Her words were consistently few, but her faithful company filled my heart – full of gratitude and grace. Her soft speech and gentle pursuit, lead my heart quietly to the….
It’s a season of change and I’m surrendering to the way He’s rearranging my priorities, shifting my focus and redirecting my heart’s preoccupation – divinely pointing me nearer to my husband’s….
I’ve been told many a times, my personality leans to the far side of private. But being overly protective of my personal life has at times come with a burdensome price – times when….