I know I probably shouldn’t feel this way, but I still struggle at times when I start praying and thinking about our son, Jeffrey. Yes, he’s now 24 years-old and is able to live somewhat independently, but quite frankly I can’t wait for the day when the lame will leap like a deer (Isaiah 35:6), … More Jeffrey’s Getting Stronger – Isn’t He?
Many years ago before I came to know the Lord I used to think Christians were boring – they just didn’t have any fun. The few times a year we went to church with my family when I was young were just that – boring!!! And the kids I went to school with who went … More Hang on Tight Because Here We Go!
Nothing, nothing, NOTHING can prepare you for losing a child. Life is so fragile – we just think automatically that our children will still be living when we die. But as I wrote in my last post, The Purity of a Child’s Heart, that’s because unfortunately we really don’t take a lot of God’s Word … More The Day When Jesus Became Real
Gary and I continued to live life to the fullest extent possible for the next 5+ years. As far as my job at the law firm? Well after moving up the ladder from receptionist to legal secretary I was starting to get bored again. One day a girlfriend and I were having lunch at a … More What was Happening to my Husband?
As my boyfriend and I started our lives together in his apartment, we found that we really got along well. We were both excelling in our job at the pancake house, so the regional manager ended up sending us to Salt Lake City to live for a year to help train some of the staff. … More How Did This Happen?
I have a picture on my home office wall that I absolutely love. It is a picture showing Jesus giving a great big hug to a person who has just entered through the doors of the Heavenlies. It includes a poem written by Beth Stuckwisch (1984 Dicksons) which goes like this: When I come home … More Our Real Home – I Can’t Wait!