Goodbye by Kendra

When I (Kendra) started this blog several years ago, I didn’t know what I was doing.  As I have mentioned before, I didn’t consider myself a writer.  I never liked writing in school.  It was hard.  I started the blog because I wanted to be obedient.  At the time, blogging … Continue reading

Desperate? by Kendra

“You are acting desperate.  What is wrong?” asked my husband. I didn’t have words to explain it.  Tears after tears ran down my face.  Did he really call me desperate?  Rarely has that word been used to describe me.  Was I? I knew I was tired.  Our daughter was sick. … Continue reading

A year ago… by Kendra

It is hard to believe that a year ago I was recovering from my third brain surgery.  So much has happened since then.  I am more certain that I serve a God who heals (but on His time.) Last fall, someone from our church who believe differently about healing come … Continue reading

Remembering by Kendra

It is amazing how emotions can spring out of control.  Recently, I learn that an acquaintance experienced a miscarriage. Before I even realized it, I was dreaming, thinking about our children: the emotions, the disappointments, the pain.  I have to remind myself to be thankful for the short time with … Continue reading

Change Your Brain by Kendra

“Did you know you can actually change your brain?! “The human mind has tremendous potential for change.  Research on how the brain can change its structure and function through thought and activity is fascinating. “It’s simple. Our brain reflects the life we lead.…” I read that in a pamphlet entitled: … Continue reading

Not Alone

Last year, she hated the Fourth of July.  When the fireworks started, we went inside.  This year, she enjoyed the lights and tolerated the noises while we were outside.  But when we came inside, she didn’t like it.  I (Kendra) convinced her to lay down in her bed, but she … Continue reading

Are you free?

In America, we are celebrating the fourth of July.  Although there are some American who just celebrate this holiday, because they like to blow up things.  Most American celebrate the freedom from England.  We like to declare, “We are free.” But we are not.  We are either slave to sin, … Continue reading