December 10, 2016
December 8, 2016
Adoption,Advent,Christmas,Faith,Family,Hope,Restoring Wonder,Seeing God,The Broken Way
December 6, 2016
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When I see her at the window, tucking her hair behind her ear, like she’s hoping she can hear her reflection whisper some assurance — that’s when I wander: Maybe…
What seems like hard work that’s taking an eternity today — is exactly what may make the most difference in eternity.
Your naked body deserves the honor of being shared only with someone who is covenanted to never stop loving your naked soul.
You’re the one rescued — you can’t rescue anybody. You only get to hold on to the Rescuer.
The best way to raise up a kid is to just loosen up. Nothing ever got raised up when held down tight.
When a family works shoulder to shoulder through something, they find they can take on just about anything.
What every mother wants, her most unspoken need — is a truckload of Grace.
I have a greater sense of peace, knowing I have already invited God into the folds of my grief and He has met me there.
Each letter conveyed encouragement, hope, and solidarity. Each story left one resounding impression—we are all in this together.
Dear Kid — and dear you trying to be brave and face hard things: I know it seems the unbelievable impossible— but really — it’s going to happen one day…
What does it do to our relationships with other mothers when we assert that there is only one God-approved way to deal with all aspects of parenting?
every year, this time of year… man, am I right back here… You talk with a police officer on your last Sunday. Your last Sunday still living at home —…
And the deepest question of all for me was this: Lord, how do You see me?
There were many times like this, tiny things that made me remember that God wasn’t done with me yet.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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