For the wages of sin is death –Romans 6:23a (NIV) People love to look with tunnel vision at what others are doing wrong, but, rarely do they survey the gruesome and far reaching effects of their personal sin. I think many of us stop up our ears when it comes to this topic. We don’t want [...]
I told myself certain diagnoses were likely, prepped for the news down to the last expectant seconds as my husband and I took our seats in the psychologist’s office. But the words, out loud and official, slammed the Thing into reality, gave it legs. Before the sonic boom of the diagnosis, our Thing hadn’t existed. Only possibilities.
I’m participating in my first-ever online Bible study. Melissa Taylor is hosting a study of Unglued by Lysa TerKuerst. I blogged a long time ago about my first encounter with Lysa’s writing. Her little book Radically Obedient, Radically Blessed proved life changing at a time when my faith was about to be tested. Life has pretty [...]
I had the privilege of meeting Shelly Roberts over a year ago at a conference. Since that time I’ve discovered Shelly’s heart beats to share Hope. Today she offers insights out of experiencing God’s greatness in the midst of weakness. I was abandoned and the enemy brought destruction, God brought me life instead. When [...]
It’s day three featuring guest posts on various topics related to human weakness and what women have learned by depending on Jesus in the midst of their most strenuous trials. Today I’d like to introduce a new friend, Cheri Gregory. When I sought writers to unveil their struggles with weakness, I never could have imagined [...]