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.
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.
Not only had God allowed all of this struggle into our lives the last two years, but His hand was there the whole time, leading us. Excitement began to replace our wonder, and thankfulness.
Let's face it, we've all had moments that have overwhelmed us! Whether it's a crazy schedule or a stressful situation, if you find yourself overwhelmed, try meditating on this:
As I look forward to life returning to normal for our family, I also feel a little timid in leaving this valley behind. You see, God has been here with us.
Our teenagers learned of Daddy's cancer in an unusual way. My son was listening outside our bedroom door. He, of course, ran down the stairs to share what he had heard with his older sister.
I have debated writing this post for a few months now. It is not my intent to whine, complain, or cause discouragement! God has been SO GOOD to us while on this journey! However, many have asked me how Gabe is "really" doing? So I thought I'd share with you, what he probably won't tell... Continue Reading →
I happen to be the queen of denial, the diva of distraction, and an expert in avoidance.