Have you ever heard the phrase “Meeting my maker?” It’s often used to describe an end-of-life scenario, describing the moment we finally meet God face to face. As in “I’d better get my act togetherRead more
What does it take to go from friends to father and son? In 1992 I found out. “You can’t marry Tony. He was my friend first!” That wasn’t the response I expected from my 16-year-oldRead more
I had settled into my dorm room, survived the first few weeks of life away from home, and established a routine for classes and study. With a mixture of excitement and uncertainty, I looked forwardRead more
My friend Jaye hates Mother’s Day. It’s because she isn’t one. Not that she doesn’t like kids or couldn’t get pregnant. No, it’s because Jaye never married and refused to have a child without havingRead more
I held that tiny little man in my arms for the first time and smiled. “So, you are the one who has been inside of me the last nine months rolling and flopping around,” IRead more
While every season offers holidays to celebrate, nature to enjoy, and highlights that mark the months, summer’s the time of year I cherish most. Because there are many things to love about summer. Since summerRead more
Crushing heartbreak seared through my thoughts, impacting my spirit, bending me over with despair. Tears streamed with reckless abandon saturating the open pages of my Bible as I cried out to the One who loves me.
He loves me through thick and thin with more love than I can possibly imagine.
He loves us.Read more
Broken relationships hurt. The search for answers feels like grasping at fog. As years pass and circumstances fail to change, the hope of reconciliation fades. God alone can heal a family, but His methods areRead more
It was dinnertime, and Kasie had been fasting since morning. We arrived at the hospital as the doors opened. Nobody seemed to know which vials to use for the uncommon tests. It had been aRead more
Letting go of the if onlys leaves room for us to read the grace of God between the lines.Read more