My Womb Cries Out

Nadirah Angail recently beautifully wrote a post, describing the pain of many women when it relates to having children.  This post focuses on the pain of three women.  The first woman mourns because she has not been able to have children.  The second woman deals with criticism because she has a large family (5 kids).  The […]

MRI and moving update

Fear is all around me. I feel like I can’t handle all of the stress around me.   This week I had another MRI.  I praise God because the scan did not show any growth.  MRI process reminds me how easily I could be weak and incapable.  I am grateful for what God did while […]

Hidden perfectionist

Often, when God is trying to teach me something a message will appear everywhere: in what people tell me, what I read, and what I listen to.  Other people have told me that God communicates to them this way as well. So when I hear a message from multiple people in multiple ways, I try […]

Strenght from Christ

Two weeks ago, I went on a CIY (Christ In Youth) MOVE trip with our church’s youth group.  On the last day, we did an encouragement circle. The idea of an encouragement circle is that one student or adult from the group stands in the middle and the group encourage them. Most of the encouragement I received referred to my strength. […]

Replacing anger with righteousness

In light of James 1:20 “for the anger of man does not achieve the righteousness of God” (NASB), I have recently asked God for his righteousness rather than my anger. On Tuesday, I took my daughter to her 9 month well baby check-up. I was excited to learn that she is developing at either average […]

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