When I read Psalm 107:23-43 I original listened to it I sent it to a friend who was dealing with some things. I was reassuring her that God was going to give her peace in the midst of the storm. Little did I know that I needed this same scripture. It is really crazy how… Continue reading Ready
I don’t know how many times I’ve read Psalm 127. As it is the most famous biblical passage for cherishing children, I imagine I’ve heard roughly a bazillion sermons and references to it. Children are a heritage from god. Our legacy is his legacy, and so we are called to cherish the children. But it… Continue reading A Quiverful of Flannel Sheets
I think a lot about my non-Christian friends. Not the friends who are of other faiths, but those who do not proclaim a faith, or have never explored a faith. I live deep in the heart of “none” country when it comes to religion – we have a coffee shop on every corner a church… Continue reading Our Hearts Are Known
We are allowed the hard times – take the moment to cry. But tomorrow the sun will rise, and so shall our spirits. Advertisements
I have decided that I am not graced for writing eloquently. I am way too wordy, in my opinion. I am going to stick to what I feel is most natural for me and that is worshipping through song. As I was reading Psalms 39 and 40 I heard this song, “Holy Spirit” by Franchesca… Continue reading My Hope is in You!
I’m tired ya’ll. I’m fall asleep when you’re reading the Bible in the morning, so try before bed and fall asleep again tired. I’m did I eat dinner? tired. I’m what day is it? tired. And I don’t even have babies – so I have no idea how Teara, Kristin, and Ashley are holding it… Continue reading Before something breaks – we need to
January 31, 2017 Exodus 12:14-13:16, Matthew 20:29-21:22, Psalms 25:16-22, Proverbs 6:12-15 Today is my first Tuesday back in the saddle. I have been trying to play catch up with my readings, and I’m getting close. I have found that reading in the morning after my farm chores (because animals aren’t going to wait for me… Continue reading Seeing is not always believing