Light, Dandelions & Sin

Yesterday I had a moment in talking with a friend where I felt God shine a spotlight on an area in my life that needs to change. Have you experienced that? It's extremely uncomfortable. You're going along doing the instinctual, trusting that what's natural is what's right, and then suddenly you're blinded by a floodlight... Continue Reading →


When the Cupboard Seems Bare

I had no idea what to make for dinner. A run to the grocery store had been at the top of my to do list for at least two days. I had forgotten to pull meat out of the freezer and here it was four o'clock already. In the next hour Josh would be home... Continue Reading →

When Daily Bread Goes Stale

Each morning they picked up their bread from the ground, for forty years. On a journey they weren’t expecting, impatient with God’s misdirection and seeming neglect, the Israelites harvested the honey-flavored wafers that fell like snow each morning with the dew. They’d never seen anything like it, which is how it got its name: manna,... Continue Reading →

I hate the Proverbs 31 woman

You know what drives me crazy? "Busy" status updates on Twitter and Facebook. You know the ones I'm talking about: Today I'm planting my garden, making my own baby food, homeschooling my six children, baking cookies for my husband to take to work, running 5-miles, cleaning the bathroom, doing the laundry, knitting a baby blanket... Continue Reading →

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