Tag Archives: change

February 21, 2018

One of the things I love about walking with Christ is that life lessons abound. If you aren’t learning one now, you’ll be learning one in a month, a week, a day—or maybe in the next hour! You never know what God might reveal to […]

December 20, 2017

In 2010, I read Tramp for the Lord by Corrie ten Boom. In the book, Corrie tells about a single missionary who left her home and possessions to go to China. “Are you not afraid?” a friend asked. “I am only afraid of one thing” […]

January 27, 2016

Have you noticed life has seasons? During the first ten years of my walk with the Christ, He went to work to heal my heart. I felt unwanted, unloved, unforgiveable, desperate, and I battled a huge spirit of rejection. I didn’t like myself; I was […]

December 03, 2015

Ecclesiastes 3:2 says, “To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under heaven…” In the list that follows many seasons, or times, are mentioned such as birth and death, weeping and laughing–and planting and plucking. There is “a time to plant and […]

August 03, 2015

In his book A Grief Observed, CS Lewis describes pain as a megaphone that shouts into our existence to get our attention. “We can ignore even pleasure. But pain insists on being attended to. God whispers to us in our pleasure, speaks in our consciences, […]

April 09, 2015

In 2012, God called me to relocate to a city far from those I love. I was excited about the opportunity to serve, but felt some grief because I have moved many times over the years and being close to family has become more important to […]

February 26, 2015

I’ve spent a lot of time in-between endings and new beginnings. I have transitioned from the old to the new when I moved from Idaho to England, and from England back to Idaho. Then, I transitioned from Idaho to Germany; Germany to Texas; Texas to […]


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