Anxiety, discernment, discipline, God's sovereignty and goodness, God's will, trusting God

Weighing with Discernment

No, this post is not about the scale in my bathroom. I have discerningly stayed off that scale for the last few months:). Decisions, decisions, decisions. Just when we get settled in a pattern, another decision is thrown at us. This year has provided me myriad opportunities to speak with women about God's will. Each… Continue reading Weighing with Discernment

Anxiety, God's sovereignty and goodness, God's word, infertility, suffering in joy, thankfulness, transformation by truth, trusting God

A full heart…

I just finished some time this morning in Philippians. Wow. How easily we forget what our lives are about. In Philippians, Paul writes as an imprisoned man. If I wrote from prison, I think my letter would be quite depressing. "The food here is awful...You would never believe what the people talk about...I get harassed… Continue reading A full heart…

Anxiety, God's sovereignty and goodness, grace, infertility, transformation by truth, Uncategorized

A hidden talent…

I have a hidden talent that I have honed all my life. Depending upon the season of life and circumstances, I could be called an expert. This talent is not something to be proud of. It is not healthy or truthful. It involves self-worship, and it does not produce fruit that lasts and encourages. That… Continue reading A hidden talent…

Anxiety, God's sovereignty and goodness, God's word, grace, rest, transformation by truth, trusting God

Give us this day…

These last few weeks and the coming one can qualify for some of the craziest I have experienced of late. All good things...just a lot of busyness in preparation for my niece's wedding, welcoming my nephew home from semester at sea, running the business side of WDC, running the ministry side of WDC, celebrating the… Continue reading Give us this day…