A portion of The Hiding Place is forever cemented in my brain. Before I share what God has been showing me, let’s start here. Corrie Ten Boom, along with her sister and other family members, were christians hiding Jews during WWII. They were discovered and imprisoned. Excerpt from The Hiding Place. “‘Fleas!’ I cried. ‘Betsie, […]
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He sat across the table sipping his orange juice. He ordered a man-sized breakfast of chocolate chip pancakes, eggs, and bacon. I patiently awaited my whole wheat toast, sipping water, while dying at the smell of coffee all around me. The night before I’d spent in the emergency room. The verdict? A stomach ulcer. My […]
I’ve never bought into the world’s view of parenting through the teenage years. I cringe when I hear people say, “Just wait til they’re teens.” Or worse, “When they are teens, they won’t want to be with you.” I don’t like generalizations. I’m careful the words I speak aloud. Words can bring life […]
Nothing gets to me more than a hypocrite. Hypocrisy ruins a testimony. It’s a tool of the enemy to attempt to destroy the church. I struggle to be in relationship with people who are not authentic, who will say one thing yet live another. For this reason one small verse recently took my breath away. […]
“Mommy, I’m going to write a book.” His older brothers are learning keyboarding. Like many little brothers, he wants to do what they do. So he takes his place at the computer, a blank screen illuminating his face. His fingers search and peck with slow precision. “Mommy, how do you spell ‘attitude’?” “A…t…t…i…t…u…d…e” The […]