the able-ness of Jesus.

There are very specific prayers that I wrestle with.  Prayers of dreams and hopes, or long lasting desires, of circumstance.  I wrestle hard with them because of the struggle of unbelief.  The misunderstanding of how God sees.  Me.  I often believe, in the realm of all that is going on around me, that my issues … Continue reading the able-ness of Jesus.

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the daily wage.

This past spring I became obsessed with Radio Theatre.  It is an odd balance between the audio book and the movie.  When I would go on my walks around Lake Anne or sit on top of School Mountain, I couldn't phase the music, but also couldn't take the preaching podcast.  My heart often beats in … Continue reading the daily wage.

when you’re longing to know you’re chosen: teaching high schoolers about “love day”

I’ve been pondering over these words for three weeks now. Praying. Some days with a lump in my throat, other days with joy exuding every crevice of my heart. And I’ve saved them for such a day as this. Being the girl that has never experienced a Valentine’s Day by cherishing and being cherished by … Continue reading when you’re longing to know you’re chosen: teaching high schoolers about “love day”

let the ruins come to life: embracing mama’s journey.

The theme of a new portion of my heart, found through the searching and receiving something different than I thought I needed (God tends to do such a maneuver)... I found that the ruins are not fully destroyed. Yes, when you hear "ruined" there is an immediate reaction to fully do away with. Ruined pants: … Continue reading let the ruins come to life: embracing mama’s journey.

when opening a door to let cancer walk through: embracing mama’s journey.

Thursday. November 3. 2016. I am learning to not be afraid of disappointment, broken expectations, and clearly marked hard seasons. We often ponder doing away with the latter, but Hebrews 2 wouldn't have it. And rightly so. What I really wish we could ponder is our definition of bad. I can pretty much sum up … Continue reading when opening a door to let cancer walk through: embracing mama’s journey.