Have you ever skydived? I haven’t. I always thought it pretty silly to jump out of a perfectly good airplane. But still… I’ve read testimonies that it’s like you’re a bird floating on a cushion of air. I’ve seen people use the word “exhilarating.” Some say that when you’re freefalling after the jump you have … More Staying Confident Through Nosedives
The past couple weeks have been a little mind-blowing. It never ceases to amaze me how when you feel your life is plugging along just fine, God decides to shake things up a bit. And usually in ways you never thought of! Seasons in life (Ecclesiastes 3:1-8). Each of us go through them. Sometimes they’re … More Examining … Well, Me
A couple years ago, I received my certificate – I was now a brand new member of the local Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). I was so excited! As I participated in the final mock disaster scenario, I felt a type of excitement and adrenaline rush that I hadn’t felt in many, many years. I’d … More Hang In There – Even When You’re Scared
There’s a reason I’ve named this post as I have. Why? Because evil has no hold on me anymore! I am now a child of the King of Kings (1 John 5:18), and quite frankly there is no greater calling than that. In my last post, I wrote of one of the most terrifying moments in my … More Evil – Final!
Continuing on with my first post in Evil – Out To Get Me, I really can’t recall exactly when I realized something dark and sinister was stalking me, but it most likely was around the time when my best friend (whose mother and aunt were witches) and I snuck out one night to go see … More Evil – Out To Get Me (2)
After our 2 young boys went to live with Jesus years ago, my husband wanted to move out of our house – he wanted to start fresh somewhere new. I fought it. Unfortunately I was not always the obedient wife. I had a hard time thinking of leaving our neighborhood, friends, family and church home. … More Shoo, Stress – Jesus Has This
Parents typically work hard to teach their children to mature and be independent. However many special needs children never reach the point where they can take care of themselves – whether it’s physically or emotionally. Often the parents must intervene. As I mentioned in my last post Armed For Battle, sometimes we need to go on … More Taking The Backseat