Judging God

Anytime people face tragedy, it seems the questions they ask of God is why?  Recent news headlines drive us to ask, and in my own life my heart has yearned for that question to be answered. As my husband has wisely pointed out, however, Job never got that question answered. You can read more about […]

A Letter to My Son

*Trigger warning. Post deals with infant loss.   I shared this letter at my son’s memorial service on January, 12, 2018. Dear Wesley, I love you and I miss you. I’m sorry your body didn’t work the way it was supposed to and that you never got to be just a baby. I’m so grateful […]

Being. More.

I invite you to join me on a journey to being. more. Often I feel pressure to be more and do more. Much of the times it’s self-inflicted but other times it’s as a result of many of the messages we hear daily. “Don’t Settle.” “Follow your dreams.” “You’ll miss out.” “Hustle.” I’ve been learning […]

At Home In This Life

Over the summer I stumbled upon the book At Home in this Life by Jerusalem Jackson Greer. The title really jumped out at me as I have wrestled with restlessness over the last couple of years. After reading this book it’s like I had a breakthrough. In her chapter Conversion she writes about how the things we want in […]

Resurrection

Resurrection. This thing Christians celebrate on Easter is of such importance to the faith that the Apostle Paul said that if Christ isn’t raised from the dead, your faith is meaningless (1 Corinthians 15:14). The Bible claims that if this is a bunch of hogwash, all Christians are wasting their time (more or less)! Just […]