Surviving a Season of Loss – A Hope Day Wednesday ‘Your Story’

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Today I’m writing a very personal post. I’ve held this close to my heart for a long time and today I share it in hopes that it will encourage you to know that – 2 Corinthians 4: 17-18 (KJV) “For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, worketh for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory; While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for {Read More}

A Story of Hope – A Hope Day Wednesday ‘Your Story’

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A few years ago the word “Hope” took on a deeper meaning for me, when I hoping for healing for my son. I found out when I was 5 months pregnant with him, that there was a problem, something very small was preventing his body from developing the way it needed to for him to live or have a healthy life. The doctors recommended me terminating the pregnancy because he probably might die inside of me or very soon after {Read More}

Four Years – A Hope Day Wednesday Your Story

Hope brings to our remembrance the faithfulness of God as a single beacon on light breaking through the darkness of our loneliest, blackest night.

Four years. Four years of knowing that something was wrong with my body, but not knowing what it was. Four years of emergency room visits and doctor’s appointments, only to be told that though the (many different) physician(s) could see the problem – they could not identify the causes. Sometimes, they couldn’t even see the problem. Four years of deteriorating muscle and joint capability. Four years of feeling like others thought I was making up an inexplicable illness. Four years {Read More}

How I Know God is With Me – A Hope Day Wednesday ‘Your Story’

I want to tell you this story, because I think it illustrates God’s sovereignty, wisdom, and love. It was a time where he showed me that he is with me, that I am never alone.  This is one of my more dramatic stories.  Most of what I experience in my daily life with God more subtle. Most of His work in my life is behind the scenes, and sadly, I’m sure I miss noticing the majority of it.  But this time, he chose to {Read More}

F.R.O.G. – A Hope-Day Wednesday ‘Your Story’

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This was the special little guy waiting for my son after he got done with his Achilles Tendons lengthening surgery. He was born with short Achilles tendons, but also had sensory issues which made him not want to put his bare feet on the floor, which ultimately left him tip-toeing instead of walking heel to toe as most people do. Just after turning four years old we saw a specialist about his constant tip-toeing and he explained his legs had {Read More}