Here we are living in a time when none of us know what to do. We hear different things on the news each night. Different ways to protect ourselves. On one of the few days I turned on the news it was a day when New York city was setting up make shift hospitals inside … Continue reading Community and Covid-19
Each time we record a service it seems we have heard from our Governor once again that social distancing and #stayinshelter will be lasting a little longer. Each time I have been telling our Pastor it just means we are going to have one heck of an Easter Sunday. This morning I was thinking why … Continue reading The Resurrection and COVID-19
As a wife and mother of 4 kids I've got it pretty good during this time of social distancing. Do I get aggravated and overwhelmed with the amount of noise and number of questions I am asked? You Bet! Do I miss people? Yes. One of my things I do is drink coffee with people. … Continue reading The Good Thing
Here is what I am up to during social distancing. I'd love to hear what you are doing or what your plans are. Drinking Coffee.... The hubby and I are both coffee drinkers and we are both home now. We brew 2-3 pots a day. He has a make shift office set up in our … Continue reading During Social Distancing…
Two weekends ago I was invited into a lovely group of women. I am so thankful for each and everyone one of them. They shared with me and with one another so much about what roads they have walked. The beautiful things they shared were not always the roads. We all walk rocky, dark, and … Continue reading Lovely Ladies
NOTE: I AM NOT A PARENTING GURU OR EXPERT. I'M A MOM OF 4 LEARNING MORE AND MORE EVERY DAY THAT I'M NOT ENOUGH BUT THERE IS JOY IN THAT BECAUSE CHRIST LOVES AND WORKS THROUGH ME EACH DAY. I could post a picture of my kids snuggling together in the ice house and tell … Continue reading Parenting is a Gift, Not an Investment.
Therefore: for that reason, consequently Having a word for the year seems to be a popular thing. I shy away from new years resolutions and from these words of the years becuase, for me, it's just one more thing to not get done on my to do list. Before the new year came around I … Continue reading Therefore…
Well, this is our final week (sad!). I have been enjoying this and I hope you have too. Today we’re going to take a look at Rahab. I have always been intrigued by her story: a prostitute in a foreign land whom God gets ahold of, brings into His family and even into the lineage … Continue reading The Gift of Faith: Faithful for You
So here’s the deal. You remember Joseph, right? The guy with the crazy life story: mean brothers, sold as a slave, crazy lady, jail time, wonky dreams, etc.? Read more about Joseph here Yeah, that guy. But the only verse about Joseph in Hebrews says this: “By faith Joseph, at the end of his life, … Continue reading The Gift of Faith: Always at Work.
I am 34 years old and have never had a ‘real’ career and I have a college degree. A B.A. in communications from Bethany Lutheran College. When I graduated, I started working at the lumber yard I had worked at the summer before (because that is where my dad had worked for 25 years…I wonder … Continue reading The Gift of Faith: Wandering or Lost