As some of you may already know, my family has been dealing with the loss of my grandfather so unfortunately the blog was put on pause for a bit. Thank you to those of you who reached out and prayed for us during this time! I appreciate you all. 💛 Patient Endurance. “And so, from the day we […]Read more "Patient Endurance."
HAPPY NEW YEAR! So, there have been many jokes and memes going around about how much of an “L” 2016 was! And some of them are actually pretty funny. But like any other year, it was full of highs and lows. For some, mostly highs and for others, the lowest lows. Each of us are in a different […]Read more "New Year, New Team!"
Feeling the pressure. So often in Christian culture there seems to be this pressure to get married very young/quickly. If you’ve grown up in the church, you understand that the topic of marriage is no foreign one. There are countless sermons, groups, discussions, books, and conversations about it. And a lot of it is honestly good stuff! But, it can easily […]Read more "p r e s s u r e."
So this one is for the singles. If you are married feel free to keep reading, but understand this one ain’t for you! It’s February! The month when all the lovebirds get to display their lack of singleness to the world while the rest of us slightly filter through emotions of disgust, envy and genuine admiration depending […]Read more "s i n g l e n e s s ."
“My beloved speaks to me and says to me; Arise, my love, my beautiful one, And come away, For behold, the winter is past; The rain is over and gone. The flowers appear on the Earth, The time of singing has come, And the voice of the turtledove is heard in our land.” –Song of […]Read more "s p r i n g (By Donna A.)"
matters of the heart: heal don’t harden. Death, rejection, betrayal, sin, lies, and selfishness are just a few ways we as humans can end up with a broken heart. Whether the pain was inflicted upon you or you were the one responsible for it, a broken heart needs to be tended to. And our first […]Read more "h e a l don’t h a r d e n ."
Quick review of last journal’s preface (or scroll down to “relationships”): “Conduct yourselves with wisdom toward outsiders, making the most of the opportunity. Let your speech always be with grace, as though seasoned with salt, so that you will know how you should respond to each person.” C O L O S S I A N S 4 […]Read more "c o m p a n y s h e k e e p s."