I’ve had two people I love admit suicide has crossed their minds. TWO.
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.
I. Am. Overwhelmed I know I am not alone. I know there are many of us suffering from exhaustion and spiritual dryness in the midst of this pandemic—and just life in general.
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.
The cry of my heart for 2020 is that God would stir a passion in my heart.
Lord, it’s easy to miss you, to miss the moments of simply sitting at your feet and soaking in your presence
Have you ever been in a season of life where things just didn’t seem to be going the way you expected? A season where all of your hopes and dreams just seemed to crumble?
I am so glad God is patient with us. I’ve been worried lately about some people very dear to me, people who are struggling in this life, in their faith. My heart has been so heavy, so burdened. I find myself crying out to God…and simply crying so often. I grasp the pain this life… Continue reading Never Stop Fighting
I know there are many Christians questioning how someone could renounce their faith, but I must say that I understand. Although I never gave up on God, I was close.