Any given day one or more of the following thoughts fill my mind: “Why does motherhood have to be so hard?” “Toddlers and preschoolers are not really my thing.” “I am not using my time/skills/gifts in the most effective way.” “I can’t believe my moments are made up of this [fill in the blank!]” TheseContinue reading “That I May Know Him”
Last week, at our worship service, we sang the song, You Are Our Hope by Sovereign Grace. I thought, “Wow! This is the soundtrack for my series!” It was faith building to sing aloud, proclaiming Jesus is my Hope. Singing aloud affirms these truths to our hearts as we encourage one another. This song is all about how the Resurrection impactsContinue reading “Encouragement Through Song”
Today I am excited to share with you this interview with my dear friend Julie Pizzino. She loves the Lord Jesus Christ and His church. She has been a wonderful “older” Titus 2 woman in my life, especially as we share a passion to see the gospel in action in our communities and around theContinue reading “Guest interview–Julie Pizzino”
Today is Day 5 of the #write31 challenge. Every Monday I will share encouragement through a hymn or song that the Lord has used to build my hope and set my eyes on Christ.
On my last blog post, I shared part of the context in which God has made me think about a theology of suffering as it pertains to motherhood. I shared about a big wave God used to grow my fearlessness as I found, to my profound delight, that my sufficiency was outside of myself (1 Pet.Continue reading “Daily Waves That Give Me Jesus”
Today is the second day in a 31 day writing challenge. The topic for my series is about learning to embrace in motherhood the waves that throw us against Jesus, our Rock. Sometimes we face big waves; sometimes we experience small waves. They are all meant to accomplish something glorious in our lives. Before I expoundContinue reading “A Big Wave–Battling Post Partum Depression”
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