I won’t be passive about the evil destroying women and children

First I want to confess, I'm a coward by nature. I, like Pilate, avoid conflict, washing my hands of decisions that might cost me peace. Without the reigns of the Spirit of Jesus in my life, I would trot off down the path of keeping peace, shutting my mouth. I would disguise my passivity, hoping… Continue reading I won’t be passive about the evil destroying women and children

Thoughts on late term abortion from a labor and delivery nurse perspective

It's hard for me to remain calm while thinking about the insanity behind bills like the ones in Virginia and New York that seek to make normal and acceptable the act of ending the life of a late-term, pre-born human baby; and in the Virginia case, a newborn infant.  But I'm going to try to… Continue reading Thoughts on late term abortion from a labor and delivery nurse perspective

Thoughts On Abortion in America: Hope and the Gospel in My Crisis Pregnancy

Tomorrow is the 44th anniversary of the famous Roe vs. Wade decision by the Supreme Court which put into motion the legal killing of unborn babies in the United States. From that date to today over 59 million babies have been aborted in this country alone. To put that in perspective, about 6 million Jewish… Continue reading Thoughts On Abortion in America: Hope and the Gospel in My Crisis Pregnancy

Sunday thoughts and an open letter

It always feels good to sleep in. For me, 6:30 is sleeping in. So when I woke up at 7:15 this morning I felt like I'd slept my life away!  But boy did it feel good.  The girls were ready for me when I got out to the milking area this morning.  All their calls… Continue reading Sunday thoughts and an open letter

Mothers, Kings, Spider Webs and Arrogance

WARNING: HEAVY POST!  I have to get some things off my chest."Hezekiah the son of Ahaz, king of Judah, began to reign. He was twenty-five years old when he began to reign, and he reigned twenty-nine years in Jerusalem. His mother's name was Abi the daughter of Zehariah.  And he did what was right in… Continue reading Mothers, Kings, Spider Webs and Arrogance