Not for Wimps {and a link-up}

God never promised us that His path would be an easy one. In fact, unlike what some would have you to believe, the path that leads to the promises of God can sometimes seem lonely, quiet, and bewildering. It can leave us bent over on our knees, praying alone in the dark, and sweating drops of blood as we agonize over the betrayal of those we love. If you don’t believe me, just ask Christ. The truth is, a walk that aligns {Read More}

Hope-Day Wednesday #10 {and a Hope-Giver Giveaway}

My story is a landscape of intricately woven miracles, carefully designed to point to an all-powerful, faithful, and living God. It is unfortunate that there are few types of tribulations that I would not be able to counsel someone on from personal experience. Yet, it is also quite fortunate, because God has planted within me a heart for hurting women. The brokenness of my past allows me to comfort others through the pain and knowledge of shared experiences. The victory {Read More}

Hope-Day Wednesday – #9

Everyone has a story. The most remarkable stories that I have ever heard have belonged to those who have experienced the grace, mercy, and goodness of the Savior. Our stories are important. In the Book of Revelations, John writes “And they have conquered him (Satan) by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony‘ (Revelations 12:11). The divine intervention that we experienced in our times of need was not accomplished for us, alone. Our testimony has been established to {Read More}

The Very Best Love Song

  I wish I could admit that the I was confident in my self-worth, or that I always recognized that I was worth loving. The truth is, before Christ I was a mess. My life was a mess. My heart was a mess. My mind was a mess. Some of us our blessed not to have lived out the difficult consequences of the prodigal son, before turning to Christ. Others must go their own way, and wake up in the {Read More}

Hope Day Wednesdays – Share Your Story

Everyone has a story. The most remarkable stories that I have ever heard have belonged to those who have experienced the grace, mercy, and goodness of the Savior. Our stories are important. In the Book of Revelations, John writes “And they have conquered him (Satan) by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony‘ (Revelations 12:11). The divine intervention that we experienced in our times of need was not accomplished for us, alone. Our testimony has been established to {Read More}