Getting Settled in the Promised Land by Amy

Your grace is enough. Your grace is enough. Your grace is enough for me. We sang this song at my church not long after I (Amy) had moved into my new apartment…in my new city…with my new job…surrounded by my new community… and I wondered if these lyrics were actually true.   I knew them […]

Personal Reflections for Easter

Sometimes I (Amy) forget that Jesus love and died for: the politician I don’t like the coworker I can’t stand the relative I don’t get along with the idiot in traffic I nearly hit that annoying person at church that person from my past that I can’t forgive that bully at school that person on […]

“Are you an American Christian or a Christian American?”

Let me give a prologue: I. Despise. Politics.  I see a large group of people arguing stubbornly for their own selfish designs and nobody considering the greater good, and anyone who seems to want what’s best for everyone probably has a hidden agenda. Safe to say, I have a slightly pessimistic view of politics. I […]

Feeling Loved

Shortly after my (Kendra’s) third brain surgery, some people were discussing my amazing recovery.  Someone asked, “What is your prognosis?” Because I have dealt with this four (almost five years), I bluntly said, “Unless God does the unexplained, I am going to die.” My friend broke down in tears. And it startled me. I didn’t […]

The Reality of My Situation

I (Kendra) had another follow-up doctor’s appointment this week.  We are praising God the MRI showed that my brain is still stable.  My doctor will never say that there was no change (because no two pictures will look exactly the same), but there was no significant change. Even with that good news, I still left […]

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