community, doctrine, God's sovereignty and goodness, God's word, infertility, suffering in joy, thankfulness, The body of Christ, trusting God

Lots of Thoughts…

      It has been a long while since I have posted a blog.  Many times I have thought of topics to write about that are swirling in my head and heart--I just have not.          Life is full of different seasons.  My thirties, to this point, have been about pain, struggle and immense growth in… Continue reading Lots of Thoughts…

community, eternal things, God's sovereignty and goodness, infertility, prayer, thankfulness, The body of Christ

A Beautiful Symphony

         My heart is full, pondering, and noisy at times.  These last few weeks have been full of well-wishers, buzz, and a continued sickness.  I have thought often of Mary "pondering all these things in her heart."  (I am not comparing myself to her--cannot imagine pondering the immensity of that gift of life!)   I have… Continue reading A Beautiful Symphony

God's sovereignty and goodness, grace, healing, infertility, prayer, thankfulness, The body of Christ, trusting God

A thankful heart that He has given me…

      When I was in 8th grade, I went to an aerobics class where we listened to a Mylon Lefevre song "Thankful heart" while we did abdominal exercises.  An ironic lesson for choosing thanks in pain (who likes sit-ups?).  An ah-ha moment--exactly what I have been learning the last few years--learning to think on truth… Continue reading A thankful heart that He has given me…

authenticity, God's sovereignty and goodness, God's word, humility, idols, infertility, poverty and hunger, trusting God

A four letter word…

      Need...that's right.  I said it.  Need is a word we do not like to say.  I mean need in the true sense.  "I need to go to the grocery store," or "I need a pedicure."  This is not the use of the word I am referring.  I am referring to the necessity of a… Continue reading A four letter word…

authenticity, comparison, God's sovereignty and goodness, God's word, infertility, Rheumatoid Arthritis, self-absorption, thankfulness, transformation by truth, Uncategorized, waiting

Ready, Set, Go

Setting my heart, setting my hope, setting mind...These have been words and phrases that I have been fighting to dwell on in the last few days. These phrases come from 2 Corinthians 4-6 and 2 Corinthians 1:10 and 1 Timothy 1:7. These have been some frustrating days for Greg and me. His Rheumatoid Arthritis has… Continue reading Ready, Set, Go