The challenge is paramount, but the results inspiring. A life made up of billions of crucial moments, but to sum it all up in only 6 poignant words. The intent is to share more clearly, more deeply, the journey path that has been well worn. My story unfolds like this. Heritage. Grief. Mission. Broken. Restoration.… Continue reading Life in 6 Words
It's one man's story of intense grief and loss of all hope. His journey towards a miraculous healing, and freedom from life-strangling addiction. All culminating into a beautiful love story, marked by grace, forgiveness and a fresh new start. Meet Jeremy. I call him my "Miracle Man". There's no real reason that he should be alive… Continue reading Miracle Man
There are secrets we all keep hidden well. Masks we wear to look the part, to disguise the mess of a soul buried deep. All in an effort to be known as the woman who has it all together, the man with fearless courage and strength. What if they truly knew the real me? What… Continue reading Taking off the Mask
Over a cup of tea with a teen that I deeply respect, the familiar conversation came up. How can I hear the voice of God? What is His will for my life? We dialogued for a long time and her questions made me wonder if others are eager for similar conversation. Just to be clear from… Continue reading How to Hear the Voice of God
Words. Life-infusing, heart-altering sounds exhaled. They have the power to change who we are, and who we will become in our lives. Spoken with love and grace, words can drive us towards amazing heights; spoken in haste and hostility, and they can ruin us. Words carry immense weight and power, yet are like the wind.… Continue reading Words that change everything!
Laundry piled up higher than a Dairy Queen ice cream sundae, dishes still waiting to be done, little hands pulling on my pant leg for one more story, hubby eager for some "us time". It's in those weeks where it feels there's not quite enough of me to go around. This nagging question starts to… Continue reading A Piece of Pie for Everyone
Tonight the car seemed to have a mind of its own. After a long week, being nurse to a sick little one, taxi driver to school, cook, dish washer, chief toilet scrubber and referee, it felt good to just drive. No destination in the GPS, no clock to beat, just an aimless wanderer zooming past… Continue reading A 100 miles/hour in the Wrong Direction
It’s hard not to be drawn in – such a simple invitation. Crafted with care. Red ribbon draped over. Sealed and signed with love. In that brief moment to know you are thought of, chosen to be on a privy guest list, and your presence greatly desired. Who knew black on white opened and read… Continue reading Come and See: Your Journey Awaits