The providence of God directs all our steps in every way in every day. If we say we love and trust God, it can’t always be in easy times. But sometimes we wonder if we'd do it all over again.
Moving forward, we're taking a turn into the real, the hard, the unspoken, the highs and the lows. We're praying about big things over here, will you join us? Somewhere along the way, there will be a place for taking words off the screen and into some form of action and advocacy
As we slam the door on 2021 (good riddance) and welcome whatever 2022 brings, here's a few things I'm ready to leave in the past and some things I'm committed to for the new year.
Our oldest son came home for Christmas. He's on an unwanted journey of healing. We were grateful for the full 78 hours we had together.
The word Ebenezer during the Christmas season conjures images of Charles Dickens' character Ebenezer Scrooge in "A Christmas Carol." But, in a biblical sense, it means making memorials or more simply a place to remember what the Lord has done. "Then Samuel took a stone and set it up between Mizpah and Shen, and called … Continue reading Raising Ebenezers