I was 18 years old and college life had gotten the best of me. I wanted to be an amazing cardiac care nurse who helped people nurture their hearts back to good health. But independence tasted way too good for this sheltered church girl who wanted more than anything to be free of rules, curfews, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Another season is behind us as we move forward into fall (United States), the holiday season, and the start of a New Year, if the Lord so will. There’s nothing we can do about it as we witness the inevitable changes of nature in our environment. The days of longer periods of sunlight, lighter clothing, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I’ll keep this blog article about the movie, Joy, short and sweet partly because my two year old is fighting her bedtime routine and mostly because this written piece is more of a call to digest and reflect on the act of believing the impossible. Based on a true story, Joy Mangano (main character) could be […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.
I’m intrigued with the relationship of my two-year old daughter, Jordyn and her father. I can be home with her during the day and the excitement that overtakes her is unprecedented when her father arrives home in the evening. She begins to show him all the things he taught her, like throwing her ball. […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.
Perhaps the day is winding down for you and the impact of all that has transpired today and over the course of a week is beginning to catch up with you. You’re strong, but you are no “super woman”. Right now, at this very moment, you need a touch from God to propel you forth […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.