Our hearts often feel heavy when we look at all the pain and sorrow around us. Everywhere we turn there is tragedy, death, sickness and hatred, and it can make us all feel so weary. There are people who feel so depressed or anxious that they don’t know a way
When I think about dandelions, I am almost instantly transported back to my childhood. I smile thinking about blowing white puff-balls into the wind making wishes for the future. The bright yellow blooms that seemed to cheerfully pop up everywhere, even in the scorching heat of the Georgia summer sun.
This year has been defined as a season of change with my husband recently transitioning to a new career as a police officer. It’s been an interesting new dynamic for us, as we’ve had to start being more intentional about spending time together. Each day I’ve found myself either staying
This Sunday as we stood in church worshipping before the service, frustration grew within my heart as we sang these words: Great is Your faithfulness Great is Your faithfulness I lift my eyes I won’t forget How great Your faithfulness The thing is, I KNOW God is faithful. But after
“God doesn’t call the equipped, He equips the called” God sometimes speaks to me in some of the most random ways, or at least they seem random to me. I was watching the movie Moana with my 4-year-old just last night, a scene in the movie really got me thinking
My husband called in a panic, and I could hear the anxiety in his voice. Earlier that morning, he and his father went to pick up a kitchen table and chairs to bring back to our house. Since the panicked phone call coincided with the furniture run, naturally my imagination
As leaves are just beginning to turn and the first hints of crisp coolness linger in the evening air, I can’t help but think about the seasons. Each season serves its purpose and faithfully comes along every year as God designed (even though in the south it feels like summers