I’ve heard it said that a messy house is a sign of life, and I want to view those daily messes with eyes of gratitude. Continue reading Embracing the (Literal) Mess
Is our attitude toward church attendance more get-to or got-to? Continue reading Got to or Get to Go to Church?
We tend to carry the fragrance of whatever or whomever we spend time with. Continue reading What is That Smell?
Even with all the support and knowledge to be gained from the world, my own strength was not enough to fulfill the calling on my life to parent Silas and reminded myself that I needed to rely on God’s strength. Continue reading My Awareness of Microcephaly
Why should I follow laws, rules, and advice written centuries ago? Continue reading Love and Boundaries
I popped out of my mom-fog and found myself in the midst of a major transition, my heart flooded with questions and confusion: Where do I fit in? What now, Lord? Continue reading A Strange New Zone
The phrase was simple and short, yet it communicated so much: a willingness to be flexible to what another person chooses and a trust of the decision of the person on the other end of the conversation. Continue reading Utajijue