Worthy of the Calling

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While wrestling through this last year of health obscurities, someone loaned me the book Hope Heals by Katherine and Jay Wolfe. Making my way through the book, Addison gained curiosity about this couple’s story. Their story and their determination to … Continued

Seeds

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I have been told that if I plant a watermelon seed from my fresh slice that a producing watermelon plant would take root. I’ve heard the same thing about seeds from apples. Our youngest, adventurous, let nothing be wasted boy … Continued

All things new

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Navigating the last six months of a medical illness with our daughter has been both draining and bolstering. There have been days along this journey that the most I could conjure was to make advocating phone calls to doctors, engage … Continued

Clay Pots

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“I can count a million times People asking me how I Can praise You with all that I’ve gone through The question just amazes me Can circumstances possibly Change who I forever am in You” Lyrics from “Bring the Rain” … Continued

Hope

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When we moved to Oklahoma in 2014, it was a season of sunshine. The first two years seemed to be testimony followed by testimony of God lavishing upon us great gifts. At one point, I called a mentor, and now … Continued

Power

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The last six months, I haven’t known what to write. I have missed sitting down at the computer once a week, putting words to what I was learning. Yet, I felt it was time to process and lean in. I … Continued

What We Know

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I fell asleep with a burdened heart. Stumbling out of bed the next morning, I still fought grief, fear and hopelessness. The weight of my circumstances produced emotions that threatened to overcome truth. I knew I needed to read Scripture … Continued

The Land Between

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This summer I was asked to write an article for our church’s women’s ministry monthly newsletter. The article was published this week and can be seen here, on page four.    

Naaman

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It’s been said, that some of the greatest lies are sung during Sunday morning worship. Just this morning, I was singing along to the lyrics, “Set a fire down in my soul that I can’t contain and I can’t control. … Continued

Fire and Sacrifice

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I was preparing dinner one night when Pandora played the song, Fill Me Up by Kim Walker-Smith and Jesus Culture. The first words sung were, “You provide the fire and I’ll provide the sacrifice.” A few weeks ago in our … Continued

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