Emotional Abuse, Faith, Grace, Hope, marriage, Pain and suffering, prayer, promises, Spiritual Growth, Surviving Adultery and Divorce, Tornado

Picking Up the Pieces – 7 years later

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.

Forgiveness, Hope, Pain and suffering, Surviving Adultery and Divorce, Tornado

Survive ‘n’ Thrive Recap

Many of you are aware that I recently had the privilege of speaking at the Survive 'n' Thrive Single Mom Conference in Oklahoma City. I wanted to share a very brief recap of what I shared with the ladies. I should be recording my session soon, and it will be posted on the Arise Ministries… Continue reading Survive ‘n’ Thrive Recap

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Picking up the Pieces

In the month of May, Oklahoma was hit—HARD. Every single day, I drive by areas of tornado destruction. On every street, there are piles of trees by the road. Fences are blown down or propped up with pieces of wood. Roofs are covered with tarps. Signs are blown out or down. Trees lay across fences.… Continue reading Picking up the Pieces


Lord, Send an EF-5!

Tornadoes have been on my mind A LOT in the last few weeks. As I’ve mentioned, I’m from Oklahoma. Normally by the first part of June, storm season is winding down. But this year, it didn’t get started until late May. Even as Moore begins the long process of rebuilding from the EF-5 that devastated… Continue reading Lord, Send an EF-5!


Here we go again… #prayforoklahoma

I have lived in Oklahoma most of my life, and there’s only one word to describe the last two weeks: UNBELIEVEABLE! I know I have been on edge since the tornado devastated Moore last week. It’s as if everything in my life is out of whack—the way I eat, exercise, work. I am so distracted,… Continue reading Here we go again… #prayforoklahoma


God is good…ALL the time

It has been quite a week around here. You see, I am from Oklahoma. When I left for work Monday morning, I called my dad and asked him to keep me informed about the weather. I could tell that we were in for a severe weather day, but never did I dream that it would… Continue reading God is good…ALL the time