Imagine being nine months pregnant and living on the third floor of your apartment in humid and hot Texas. Carrying groceries, nine months pregnant, up to that third floor apartment. The smell of drugs is unmistakable from one of the doors you have to walk by. Another door opens EVERY. SINGLE. TIME you walk by … Continue reading Trust & Obey
Welcome back! Today is part two of our series on attitudes, excuses, and challenges. Today, we are going to discuss excuses. Dictionary.com defines an excuse as an, "attempt to lessen the blame attaching to (a fault or offense); seek to defend or justify." The author of this quote is unknown but it defines excuses beautifully, … Continue reading Attitudes, Excuses, & Challenges, Part 2
Hi there! I had a ministry friend that I met about 10 years ago message me this week. She was feeling down and isolated. Her hubby is working a lot and she misses him. They just have a lot going on. She was looking for advice about what to do and for someone to just … Continue reading Fake It Till You Make It?
I haven't shared much about my family on here yet. I usually try to keep the focus on what I am learning in the Word. However, what I am learning and how I am growing have everything to do with my family this week. My husband is a campus pastor at a church in AR. … Continue reading GET AWAY
Hungry. Angry. Lonely. Tired. I had a moment this past weekend that showed me that I was “off.” I am an introvert, and I need moments away from other people (even my family) to gather my thoughts and fill up. I call it “Tif Time.” Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely adore people. I’ve just … Continue reading HALT