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I’ve had about a dozen things I’ve wanted to blog about lately… But then I signed into my blog site. It’s extremely outdated. Everything needs updating. I came home spent from a day of sporadic meetings and taxi mom … Continue reading
I can’t remember a single Valentine’s Day where I haven’t been emotional. And it has nothing to do with my marriage or my life today in general. My husband and I are deeply in love and crazy about each other, … Continue reading
John Piper once wrote, “We do not choose suffering simply because we are told to, but because the One who tells us to describes it as the path to everlasting joy.” And I’ve been walking that path. As Christians, we all are in one way or another…but our suffering is not meant to be wasted. It has purpose, as it leads us closer to Christ.
Source: google.com via Anita on Pinterest It seems like most people I’ve talked to have had an MRI at one point in their lives, but mine on Monday was a first for me. I wasn’t really nervous beforehand. Hadn’t really … Continue reading
Hi all, I’ve had a super hectic week, but I am positively ecstatic that the Getty’s new CD is finally out…that I have to give one away. I wish I could give 100 away. One of the reasons I’m so … Continue reading
Felt led to post a ‘lil “fiction” piece I wrote several years ago. The weekend is always a good time for me to ask the Lord to search my heart and bring any entitlement or stinky attitudes to mind. Who … Continue reading
Enter for a free copy of this praise-filled, Truth-filled, worshipful devotional book by Ruth Myers. Come see an excerpt. Winner will be announced next Wednesday, October 3rd.
Cannot recommend this book enough. It was my favorite read of the summer, and one of my favs of all time as far as non-fiction goes. It seems so basic a principle, “Choosing Gratitude.” Of course we know we are … Continue reading