God at Work

Good Morning dear friends, I thought we’d give you a quick update on our progress for a second opinion. God is so good to have gone before us and cleared the way to make this happen so quickly. After a phone call on Monday to the Mayo Clinic to see if they would be interested …

God at Work Read More »

Light in the Darkness

What a ride we’ve been on the last few weeks,  we feel like we’ve been on a roller coaster with our emotions. You know when your stomach drops and you just feel like puking….. but, no surprise, God is good.  He brings clarity and light in our daily life, even if it is chaotic, and …

Light in the Darkness Read More »


I have to say, sometimes God surprises me.  He never ceases to amaze me with the timing of these surprises.  Last week I was feeling a bit overwhelmed with the amount of new information I was learning and just couldn’t “see” through the information any longer.  I couldn’t even seem to focus on the day …

Sunrise Read More »

Resting in His Hands

What a ride we have been on since late December, it’s hard to believe we are in mid March already.  Though the time has been flying by, it has at times felt like it has been dragging, crawling, at the speed of a turtle, ever so slowly.  I am sure many of you can relate …

Resting in His Hands Read More »

A Season of Hope

Life can be tumultuous at times. We all experience struggles of one kind or another in out lives and can easily get bogged down by focusing on our problems.  Whether you are experiencing a medical illness, a financial challenge, a marital struggle, or another type of challenge in your life, I have come to realize …

A Season of Hope Read More »

Filling the Spaces

I have been reading through the Psalms over the last few weeks and have been enjoying the poetry and beauty of the words in scripture. This psalm is a beautiful reminder of the glory of God on display in nature and all of creation. The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the …

Filling the Spaces Read More »

Life is Messy

Remember when you were a kid and you’d go to the playground and couldn’t wait to go on the seesaw? Oh my gosh, I used to love to get on and see how long I could continue to push up and down. I’d go till I was too tired to continue. It was always more …

Life is Messy Read More »


Over the last few weeks, I have been longing for “normalcy,” for the daily routine to return to normal and to have a new found sense of direction from God.  My hearts desire is to serve Him in ways that fit the unique gifts He has given me and right now I feel like obstacles …

Longing Read More »

Experiencing God’s Faithfulness

God is so amazing. When He first called me to write for the 40 days of Lent, I hemmed and hawed my way right up to Ash Wednesday. I was trying to convince myself that God got it wrong. Why would He call me to write for so many days? What would I write about? …

Experiencing God’s Faithfulness Read More »

Spiritual Trainer

My walks are one thing I do that helps me stay mindful in my daily life and is great training for my physical body. I also use this time to talk with Jesus as He helps me focus on what’s important. He’s my morning spiritual trainer. Lately, there’s been a hiccup in my routine. My …

Spiritual Trainer Read More »

Surrendered Rest

Opening her front door, her breath catches as a soft glow of oranges and reds paints the sky. Closing her eyes, she lifts her face to the sun, inhales and puts one foot in front of the other. Her mind needs to rest. Her morning walk is the only time of the day that is …

Surrendered Rest Read More »

Holy Week

This week I’ve found myself forgetting it’s Holy Week. I’m not entirely sure why my focus is elsewhere. It could be because the weather is less than spring like or I am heart broken by what’s going on in the world around me. I can list a myriad of other reasons for my distraction, all …

Holy Week Read More »


Scroll to Top