I was sitting on the chair holding our 5 month old while our 15 month old played at my feet. Our toddler had recently taken a HUGE interest in her baby doll and was quietly playing with her… then it . . .
Do not fear what’s already been planned out. I’ve never really been an anxious or fearful person. I like to have and make plans, but overall, I’ve always easily been satisfied with the answer that . . .
Jesus replied, “you don’t understand now what I am doing, but someday you will.” John 13:7 NLT I picture myself climbing up into the Father’s lap and Him holding me in His strong arms. He’s . . .
“Come sit down,” my husband said for the 26th time that night. It was nearing midnight and I was anxiously peering out the peephole of our front door. How could he be so calm in a moment like this?! . . .
I am enough. Why is it that this statement can be so hard to believe sometimes? There’s always something else, someone else, another load, another project. Can I be honest with you? We’ve been . . .
Less than 1% chance. I still remember the look on his face as he said those words. The doctor that had long been labeled cold, with no bedside manner – he had the look of compassion. He was talking . . .
I remember the moment she said it. She was standing at the door of my room, and I was sitting on the floor going through my closet. She said to leave her bedroom as it was for a little while in case I . . .
Cooking is an act of love. My mama used to tell me this all the time. She cooked for my papa every night and I carried this desire with me into my marriage… then kids came. Its not that my desire . . .