Laughter in Perilous Times “He will yet fill your mouth with laughter, and your lips with shouting.” Job 8:21 NIV I want to laugh again, Lord! Not just a chuckle, but a full-blown, rolling belly laugh. It seems like it’s been so long since I had a really good laugh. I hear you say softly, “Look […]
You and I are in a battle and the stakes are high. Let’s face it: In today’s fast-paced society, we face overwhelming demands each day. There are health needs, educational needs and social needs. We also must take care of our homes, our marriages and relationships, and our health… and so much more. We also have an […]
If anyone could throw a pity party these past few years, let me tell you, it’s been me. My family has been walking a hard road for some time now, and somewhere along the way I forgot one of the most valuable lessons that God ever taught me…
God sent the very best advocate we could ever have for our child! This advocate is one that we don’t have to seek out. We won’t need to place a second (or third) mortgage on our house to afford His services. He knows everything about our child: their innermost thoughts, the words they say (or cannot say), and the structure of every cell in their body.
I couldn’t help but smile. Here I was, a typical, proud mama with her well-behaved family on this beautiful holiday weekend. Until …And that’s when it happened.
How to have peace when it’s time to let go of your child’s hand today — to elementary school, middle school, high school or college.
I am called to be content, but content I am not. Too many desires. Too many wants. Too many dreams yet unmet.
Growing up as children of a single working mother, my sister Wendy and I shared a bedroom for most of our childhood years. In fact, we often shared the same bed. Except for a short time in high school when Mom was able to purchase a set of bunk beds, we drew an imaginary line […]