Watching the car steer off the road, I looked at the driver. Her eyes were closed, her mouth gaping open. She was unconscious, and she was about to hit a telephone pole! Adrenaline rushed through my veins, and I quickly made a u-turn. By the time I managed to get back to the run-away car,... Continue Reading →
Insomnia usually goes hand in hand with anxiety. It can be a brutal cycle that causes the believer to cry, plead, and bargain with God! I wish I could say I have learned to accept sleepless nights, but I still struggle. I have, however, learned a few truths about insomnia. God sees your struggle, He... Continue Reading →
Have you just come out of a long trial? Maybe someone in your family was sick, or you experienced the death of a loved one. Your head might still be spinning from the emotions of your trial.
Before the chemo was able to get it's gripping arms around my husbands body, we celebrated by going out for lunch. As we ate, we talked of all God had done for us in the last chapter of our lives. What did we learn? How would our lives be different? What advice would we give others?
A large bridge needs many strong cables and cords to sustain it in the air. These cables help bear the weight of all who cross it. The cables don't remove the weight that bridge must hold, they only offer enough support that the bridge is not damaged or weakened. How many times do we get... Continue Reading →
Feeling alone in your trial? Some trials can be so difficult, they take your breath away. You tell yourself no one can understand, and are even convinced that people are "talking".
Maybe you are in a church or community where you find it difficult to make friends. Before you blame the church members, or even your neighbors, make sure you following Biblical principles when trying to develop new friendships.