The biggest life lesson I learned this year is that… Time is Precious This year was chilling. I lost more people I knew than I have fingers to count, and with each notification of loss came the blaring sentiment and all too real fact that time is indeed precious. Scriptures like James 4:14 and Psalm 90:3-6 are helpful in keeping me … More The Biggest Life Lesson I Learned this Year
In a technology saturated world, there is no shortage of reels, shorts, tweets, and photos to ingest. Subconsciously filling your mental rolodex with everyone’s happenings as you scroll, sincere contentment with your own life seems to fizzle. You close the app and put your phone down, but the rolodex keeps on, well, rolling. Along with … More Late Night Series – Sincere Contentment
Feeling drained (or surprised) and beating yourself up because you failed to follow? Truth is, you will at times fall short and miss the mark of righteousness. Maybe today, you gave into responding or tending to that situation in the way that your flesh demanded – knowing that perhaps the Holy Spirit was steering you in … More Late Night Series – Failed to Follow
When our bodies fail, the days aren’t easy, and many people don’t understand the full extent of what it’s like living with illness, disease, and or chronic pain. This battle of the flesh has impacted and even limited your daily ability to function. Not only do we carry the physical pain when our bodies fail, … More Late Night Series – When Bodies Fail
When I feel the weight of raising my children, naturally this can be heavy, overwhelming, and just plain HUGE.
Then I remember who lives in me. I remember His power and His promise. I remember that it is Him raising His children and I am reminded to continue walking in obedience, consistency, and staying out of the way. … More For the Moms – Treasure in Jars of Clay w/ Hannah Forbes-Smith
When I started as a mom, I was still stuck on the unattainable ideals of perfectionism. I needed to have things in order all the time, my lists checked off, my plans followed. However, I soon learned that I needed to lean into God’s plan for my life, and that I needed to listen and obey it. I learned that I did not need to listen to every opinion thrown at me or the ever-changing fads of the world. … More For the Moms – Treasure in Jars of Clay w/ Jen Kosuda
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Managing my daughter’s learning disability, dyslexia, has been a journey of uncertainty, education and advocacy.
The beginning stage of becoming aware of your child’s learning differences, getting to diagnosis and then acceptance can be quite an experience.
For me the beginnings were very confusing. I felt ill prepared. I desired answers and to simply fix the problem, but through this experience God was growing faith deep inside me and my family. … More For the Moms – Treasure in Jars of Clay w/ Kelly A. Foster