One of the things I do each morning Monday through Friday is watch Ava while Amy homeschools Jonah and Hudson. She and I usually go outside (so she doesn’t hear her mom’s voice) and spend time walking and looking around. Before school started back we would walk into the heart of activity, and after we just walk around the field or stay within our compound.
There is something about the look between a mother and her child that touches a place deep in my heart. It invokes a passion mixed with a fierceness to protect, especially when that child or loved one is hurting or in danger. Is there someone … Continue reading Behold! The Look!
So he went and hired himself out to a citizen of that country, who sent him to his fields to feed pigs. He longed to fill his stomach with the pods that the pigs were eating, but no one gave him anything.Luke 15:15-16 Recently I … Continue reading The Pig Stuck in the Mud
I recently included a testimony in my newsletter from Patricia Winchester who shared with me, "I don't ask God Why, I say Why Not Me?" She recently shared her personal trial and testimony at her church! My Enews included the entire sermon...but, for just … Continue reading God’s Treasures Will Last Forever!
Your Love Makes It Worth It All... Your love flows down like honey. It sticks to the broken parts and stays until I am able to heal. It flows freely to give to others as I am able to release all the parts that are stuck. … Continue reading Your Love Makes It Worth It All…
Bounce Back“The test of success is not what you do when you are on top. Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom.” -General George S. Patton“bounce /bouns/ verb – to cause to bound and rebound — to spring back in a lively manner…”To “bounce” means the … Continue reading Bouncing Back After Trauma