We forget that those called to serve the Church body are all of us. We have different gifts, but are part of the same body, working together for the same purpose.
Category Archives: Every day
Moms with Grit:: Sarah and the “S” Word
Authority and submission are not a system of organizing worth . . .
Woman Undone: Fear, Freedom, and Fred
I have come to realize that my undone-ness is solely based on the glory of the people around me…
Loving in Full Circles
I want to love them in full circles. To fill their buckets with drops that make ripples, not arrows that hit only their mark.
Labor Pains: The Road to God’s Goodness
Suffering with Christ is the avenue to knowing God’s goodness in your bones.
I Will Let You Go- A Letter To My Daughter on Her First Week of Kindergarten
I watched you face your fear, watched you conquer it, watched you turn to Jesus when your sweet tiny world got rocked…
The Power of Flesh
My mind is weighty with new old truth. Does the gospel ever just hit you fresh and fiery like the first time again? It’s like digging a well you’ve dug for years when suddenly, fresh, cool water streams in, turning dry cracked earth back into fertile life-bearing soil. Incarnation: a word that typically brings toContinue reading “The Power of Flesh”
I tuck into “child’s pose” because I am a child. I need His arms to wrap around me.
My eyes welled as they scanned the words−each one spreading salve on my current situation. I had just traveled through a dark valley, overcome by depression and wracked with physical sickness. I had spent the night before crying on my bathroom floor to the God Who Sees. I poured over Psalm 116, reliving the bigContinue reading “Finding Jesus”
A Newborn Mom’s Guide to Getting Ready
I have now conquered 2.5 weeks of being a mom of THREE GIRLS>>>> I would say there are few words to express the joy and exhaustion that blend themselves into my reality, but there are plenty of words… I am just too tired to remember them. These days are both quiet and soak-worthy while somehowContinue reading “A Newborn Mom’s Guide to Getting Ready”