One Week Old

Happy One Week to our favorite little man! And what a week it has been. Last week Wednesday was four days past my due date and I tested positive for Covid. I was supposed to have a doctors appointment that day but instead ended up in the OBGYN ER to do my check up there.... Continue Reading →

He is Good.

My first child is due one month from today, on August 22nd. As a 37-year old women, I wasn’t sure that would ever happen for me. But what God has done in less than 2 years has astounded me. Early 2020, I was discouraged, once again wondering if marriage and kids were for me; doubting... Continue Reading →

Convicted about Sickness

Today marks the anniversary in my mind when Covid changed things. The rodeo shut down March 11, 2020 which made me go, uh oh, this covid thing is pretty real. Covid scared me for about month. I stayed at home and while doing so, I pressed into the Lord and I resolved to let my... Continue Reading →

Pause

Updated the artwork in my office! And it feel so good to be back here regularly. COVID restrictions kept me out for awhile, but I got to return last fall only to be back out in February for several months dealing with my surgery, recovery, and unable to drive. I’ve been back the last few... Continue Reading →

All things Straight

“Therefore strengthen the hands which hang down, and the feeble knees, and make straight paths for your feet, so that what is lame may not be dislocated, but rather be healed.” Hebrews 12:12-13 God is Good! Praise Him for doctors, medicine, and technology. He is able to heal in an instant (John 5) and He... Continue Reading →

The Art of Being Still

What a challenge. Who knew being still was so hard? We live in a culture that is all about going faster, doing more, being more, making yourself better, growing and going. It’s exhausting. But it’s hard to step out of that stream. It’s hard to be still. As exhausted as we all are of the... Continue Reading →

Today.

This little decoration got me through COVID when it was hard to keep track of days. Now with this winter storm, it’s helping me once again. It’s funny how tied we are to time. Absolutely consumed by the days, the hours, the minutes to get it all in and crossed off our to-do list. Yet... Continue Reading →

Commander of the LORD’s Army

In Joshua 5:13-14 the Commander of the LORD's army appears to Joshua and when Joshua asks, "Are You for us or for our adversaries?" He said, "No, but as Commander of the army of the LORD I have now come." Interesting. In the midst of uncertainty between two sides this Man, the Commander of the... Continue Reading →

Love.

I have seen so much condemnation this year from Christians. I have seen an assault on the name of God by Christians proclaiming to stand for Him while forgetting His two greatest commands- Love God and love others. I am so sorry if you have been wounded by a “Christian” who has made you feel... Continue Reading →

Despised Shame.

Jesus despised shame. Have you ever thought about that? He DESPISED it. Merriam Webster defines shame as "a painful emotion caused by consciousness of guilt, shortcoming, or impropriety". It also defines despise as "to regard as negligible, worthless, or distasteful." Jesus thought shame was worthless. So much that He endured the cross to overturn it.... Continue Reading →

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