4 Ways to Unwrap the Gift of Waiting on God

There's a lot of waiting on God in the Bible. Joseph's waits in prison, wrongly accused. Israel waits in captivity, suffering for her idolatry. Roman occupied Jerusalem waits for the Messiah after centuries of hearing nothing from God. And we wait for Christ's return while we sow the seed of his gospel sojourning here. Waiting… Continue reading 4 Ways to Unwrap the Gift of Waiting on God

confessions and desires of a world-digesting writer/eater cell

Merriam-Webster defines a writer as: (noun) One that writes.Big shocker.I've been writing, well since I was about 5.  First just letters, then short, three word sentences without punctuation, then onto complete sentences and paragraphs.  By seventh grade when I had Mrs. Spicer for English I was writing essays and stories and poems and loving it.… Continue reading confessions and desires of a world-digesting writer/eater cell

Of barely burning embers, a bruised heart and a Beautiful Savior

  I came to the end of another journal today. I've kept a journal since I was 9, and I still have all my journals from age 13 on. Looking back is hard. And some of the reason it's hard is pride. It's flat out embarrassing looking back at some of the things I thought,… Continue reading Of barely burning embers, a bruised heart and a Beautiful Savior

Second living of the past few weeks

I have been planning our yearly summer trip to Oregon, trying to keep a semblance of order yet keep the vacation in our summer break, doing the daily things that keep a home running and in the back of my mind through it all I have blog posts going through my brain. Smile. Sigh.Time budgeting… Continue reading Second living of the past few weeks