While I can’t imagine losing everything in a tornado, I am reminded of the storm that hit my life over seven years ago. My perfect life as pastor’s wife and mother was hit by an EF-5 known as adultery and divorce.
My divorce was not the end of my life. Instead, God has used it for His glory!
I’ve thought about this blog post all week, wondering what to say and how to say it. I know no matter what I say, it simply won’t be sufficient.
The next time you hear about an abusive relationship and wonder why anyone would stay, think about me. Leaving isn't as easy as one might think.
My husband and I were talking last night about my previous marriage, about some of the things my kids and I had endured. He asked me one simple question: “Why did you stay so long?”
Have you checked on any of your single mom friends? Have you asked them how they are doing? I have had multiple conversations with single moms this week.They are NOT doing ok
As I look over this list of experiences during this time, I am reminded just how much our mindset impacts our experiences.
As I languished in my own grave of pain and devastation, I wondered how I would ever find life again.
While this is definitely a time of uncertainty and change, I am firmly convinced my God is still in control.
The story of Jeremy and Melissa Camp is a Hollywood movie without the Hollywood ending. It's a reminder that our faith can become stronger in the midst of the trials of this life.