God Says You Are
Have you ever heard someone say ‘God knows the number of hairs on your head.’?
What makes you afraid? Things I fear include snakes, tight spaces, and revolving doors.
Comfort could refer to anything from macaroni & cheese to a sleep number bed to stress-free, chill time with your favorite person.
When I was a kid I remember walking in a crowded parking lot of the shopping center with my mom.
I have had this recurring dream over the years...
The more I’ve thought about what it means to feel ‘safe’, I’m realizing that there is an action that must occur first.
There’s nothing wrong with being independent. But there is something in our spiritual DNA that leaves us searching...
My first passport arrived and I was so excited!
We were trying out a brand new restaurant and we scored BIG. Fabulous ambiance. Amazing food. Great service.
I grew up in the era of ‘Layaway Plans’. You didn’t get the goods until you paid in full.
I had a Sunday School teacher who used to say, “instead of saying, ‘I think I’m catching a cold!’, start saying, ‘I think I’m catching a healing!'”
Hand-selecting produce ensures that we should get the very best of the best.
Whenever I hear the word masterpiece I still think of the sweet, tender song that Christian artist Sandi Patti recorded in 1989 for her first born child, Ana.
Without me knowing it, my husband, Ken, had gotten an old, worn travel trunk, that once belonged to my great grandmother, from my parents basement and had it restored to give to me that Christmas.
Discovering our purpose in life becomes the grand pursuit of growing up. What do you want to be when you grow up?
As grown-ups, we may love to dress up for special occasions but to keep up that appearance day in and day out?….well, it’s just too hard.
The Cambridge Dictionary defines a seal as “a mark or symbol on a product showing that it has been tested by an official (organization), and has been found to be of the right standard.”
Have you ever thought about what David meant when he wrote ‘though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death…’?
One of my favorite words in the English language is the word ‘amazing’.
Do you remember what made Popeye the Sailor Man strong? Of course, it was spinach!
EVERY DAY...there is a struggle, a battle for our heart, our mind and soul.
We often tend to judge beauty by those rare exceptional moments; but rarely do we acknowledge and take time to appreciate the beauty in the ordinary, every day lives around us.
Many of us are held captive by fear, by our past, our sins. Even our accomplishments can hold us back from walking into what the future holds for us.
The first time my husband, Ken, and I heard our baby’s heartbeat, our hearts flooded with so much joy.
As we grow up, it becomes harder and harder to believe we are a princess, worthy of defending, or a warrior courageous enough to win the fight.
I am the queen of saving coupons and gift cards. I like to tuck them away for a ‘special’ occasion…
No matter which direction I looked, or how hard my eyes strained to see land off in the distance, there was no land in sight. What direction were we heading?
Isn’t it crazy that we can receive a dozen compliments…and yet one negative or critical comment can totally derail us?!
That year it snowed so hard that on our way home that night we got stuck in it.