Disclaimer: When I talk about my daughter’s struggles, I am deliberately vague. Not to be annoying as I know it can be, but to protect her privacy. Her story is hers to tell and if and when she chooses to share the yucky stuff,… Continue Reading “God’s Word Intervenes”
Monday, on the way to school, my daughter told me the most precious thing, the thing that melted my heart and made me proud and teary and like maybe, just maybe I’m doing some things right. If you’ve followed me at all, you know… Continue Reading “Worship”
My daughter is having to face some hard things this month. Celiac disease and giving up gluten 100%. A dairy allergy forcing her to give up dairy 100%. And as of her well visit yesterday, she may have scoliosis.
I have been hurt by churches – by people in churches. When I was married to an abusive husband and as I left that abusive man, the church failed me. And I walked away from church…
So we went through a few weeks of struggle. No, not struggle, that is not a strong enough word. It was awful, hell-ish. My daughter has always (like since a baby) struggled with belly issues, her whole little young life. During this quarantine and… Continue Reading “The Bigger Picture”
I made a decision to throw my worries and anxieties on God. Then a friend told me about a bible study she was doing called The Quest by Beth Moore. It’s about going on a quest to grow closer to God through the questions… Continue Reading “God is Working On Me”
In my last blog post, here, I wrote about how I felt challenged to throw, literally throw all my anxieties, worries, and cares onto God and let Him handle them. And I said I would keep you posted. It’s been a few days, and… Continue Reading “Throwing those Anxieties”