Remember to Dance! And David danced before the Lord with all his might, wearing a priestly garment. 2 Samuel 6:14 NLT I sometimes forget to dance. To sing loud and lift my face to the sun’s warmth, Remembering that You are good! Your word says: For you are all children of God through faith in […]
In the waiting hours I would have despaired had I not believed that I would see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Psalm 27:13 AMP Waiting. Minutes to Hours. Hours to Days. Days to Weeks. Weeks to Months. We are waiting, Lord, in these perilous times. We are waiting for You […]
40 Prayers for Perilous Times – Day 6 To know the Messiah’s love that surpasses knowledge, so you may be filled with all the fullness of God. Ephesians 3:19 HCSB It’s Our Choice: Pray as a Child of God! In this life, Lord, You’ve given us choices. Big choices… small choices. Some choices make little difference […]
When my son, Alec, was four and newly diagnosed, my prayer was that he would be able to go to a typical kindergarten classroom and make it through the year. Today, as Alec is finishing his freshman year of high school and is repeated included on the honor roll, I see how I underestimated not only Alec, […]
It’s Time to Pray! I’ve been holding onto this recorded video message for several weeks now, mostly because it’s an emotional message for me, as you will see if you watch the video. Although the events mentioned in the recording are from October, the message is all the more important today after the recent mass murders this week. “It’s Time to Pray” […]
There comes a time when you have to put your feet into rushing waters and cross the Jordan to get to the place that God has prepared for you.
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…
98 people have signed up for the first online study of Autism’s Hidden Blessings. I am so excited to get started on May 1st. If you have signed up, in the next few days you will receive an e-newsletter with details about the study. If you haven’t signed up and are interested, you can still sign up for now at http://www.kellylangston.com.
This is why the Resurrection matters. Only in the Resurrection can we find hope in the face of grief. We find an end to senseless pain. We find the joy that is promised, a complete and never-ending joy that no one, no person or situation in life can ever take away.
Autism Siblings: We cannot mistake the quiet stability of our neurotypical daughters as their lack of need. They need us to build a bridge to their heart. This is no easy task when we have another child who needs are much more apparent.