God’s Timing, Part 2

In my last blog, I mentioned that I had recently returned home from a long stretch of travel, during which I walked with divine ease through many significant changes and opportunities.  I completed my first book manuscript, which has significant personal implications.  It marks the close of a long season of hard healing from loss … More God’s Timing, Part 2

The Way of Abiding [Celebrating God’s Faithfulness]

(My apologies if the formatting is still wrong.  It is not publishing as it is supposed to…) Last week, some of the beautiful ladies on our university campus invited me to share with them about being “kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ” (1 Thessalonians 5:23b).  I was richly blessed in the study!  … More The Way of Abiding [Celebrating God’s Faithfulness]

A Perfect Seven.

THE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL The van pulled up alongside a single turquoise door, framed inside a cement wall that lined the street with a kind of intimidating authority.  There was no sign.  No indication of what was hidden on the other side of this wall.  We peered through the dusty van windows with hopeful anticipation.  Would … More A Perfect Seven.

Reflecting on the Word, Mark 6:30-52 [Updated]

Have you ever experienced the energy high that accumulates on a life-changing missions trip?  Maybe you’ve experienced it with pushing through a long conference, riding the hype of your child’s tournament weekend, or enduring the process of messy house renovations?  Or maybe some other new and exciting transition?  Adrenaline often pushes us through those big … More Reflecting on the Word, Mark 6:30-52 [Updated]