Faith, Grace, Hope, Spiritual Growth, temptation


If we want to find the freedom God created for us, we must be willing to bring our sins into the light

Dating, Faith, Surviving Adultery and Divorce, temptation

Is It Time to Date?

One of the questions I am asked most frequently is, “When can I start dating after my divorce?” There are multiple variations: Can I date during the divorce process, even if my divorce isn’t final? Divorce Care says not to date for at least a year. Is that true? I have to be honest: I… Continue reading Is It Time to Date?

Dating, Grace, temptation, Waiting

Why I Choose Purity

I recently watched a video clip from The View, a women’s talk show. The hosts were discussing a newly married couple who posted a picture of her virginity certificate on the day of their wedding. The bride had made a promise to her father that she would remain pure, saving herself for marriage. And, on… Continue reading Why I Choose Purity

Faith, Guilt, Just for Laughs, parenting, Surviving Adultery and Divorce, temptation

Lessons from a Loogie

Several years ago, I took my kids to the local amusement park. One of their favorite rides is known as the Schooner. It’s a large ship with rows of seats. It swings back and forth like a pendulum, going higher and higher. My kids love to be in the very top row of seats. On… Continue reading Lessons from a Loogie

Bible Gateway, promises, Surviving Adultery and Divorce, temptation, Waiting

Forbidden Fruit

I remember when my husband first confessed to me that he had an attraction to another woman. I responded, “Temptation is not a problem. It’s what you do with that temptation.” At that time, we sought counseling. I allowed him to talk about his feelings openly, acting as a counselor to him myself. I did… Continue reading Forbidden Fruit