And as I take a deeper look at myself, I see that look of distrust and hope in my face as well. Trust is always something that I’ve grappled with – something that always seems like a far off wish or hope.
Parenting is hard. Whether it’s a fussing baby who just won’t sleep, a stubborn toddler who says “no” more than any other word, a teen-ager learning to drive and be independent or that young adult spreading his/her wings too far […]
Again, a family I care about very much was hurt deeply through actions of others which appear entirely unfair. To top it off these actions were done by people who were in leadership of an christian organization. Recently a different […]
History often repeats itself, at least that’s what “they” say. I asked some elderly people what they thought this winter’s weather would be like. Why? Because they’ve lived along time and have seen alot of weather patterns. Sure enough one […]
So continuing on with the “lack of time” theme, I’ve been pondering thoughts from the book we are studying with our small group, “Love Focused” and another book I’m reading, “One Thousand Gifts.” Stress often shows itself in our everyday […]
Elisa Morgan says, “There are moments when God makes utter and complete sense to us, and then suddenly life changes and he seems a foreign remnant of a childhood force fed faith….”(Lord), give us eyes to see your coming and […]