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Bittersweet Manna

I think throughout our lives we wrestle with two overarching spiritual questions: Is there a God? Where is God in timesView full post »

August 2000, Crying in Church, and My Personal Saturday

Philip Yancey, in his book Disappointment with God, says that Good Friday, Saturday, and Easter Sunday, represent “theView full post »

I’m a Quitter

If you follow me on Facebook, you know that I love those pictures with quotes on them. Recently, I was scrolling throughView full post »

The Truth About Pain

Sometimes when I scan my bookshelves I have to chuckle because I’m rather sure Amazon must think I am a prettyView full post »

Choosing to Dance

Earlier this week I wrote about how it is easier not to.  It’s easier not to try.  It’s easier not to think beforeView full post »

It’s Easier Not To

Several months ago I was feeling particularly overwhelmed by some work related responsibilities and deadlines.  The to-View full post »

Spring Always Comes

I turned the page of my calendar earlier this week and noticed that Spring officially starts on Thursday.  The back andView full post »

Are You in Exile this Christmas?

When I was little, my favorite Christmas carol to play on the piano was O Come, Come Emmanuel.  I loved the contrastingView full post »

Ungrateful

We’ve eaten turkey, we’ve said our thanks, and now we are headed full force into the Christmas season. NovemberView full post »

Gumball Lessons: Learning to Embrace the Good and Bad in Your Story

Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking on the power of embracing our story.  What does it mean to embrace our storyView full post »

Thoughts for Thursday- Getting rid of the pain

Heartache, sadness, grief, anger, and hurt can feel scary and overwhelming.  Stubbed hearts really do hurt.  TheseView full post »

Stubbed Toes, Stubbed Hearts

We’ve all been there.  Maybe it’s the middle of the night or the middle of broad daylight.  You’re walking alongView full post »

Thoughts for Thursday

I have had this quote hanging in my office since I became a counselor.  It is one of my favorites.  So true.  View full post »

Seeing the Big Picture

Several years ago, my husband and I drove to New Orleans to attend my cousin’s wedding.  For whatever reason, we didView full post »

Crossing Kansas

The summer after my freshman year of college I drove from Atlanta to Aspen with a friend of mine.  I had never drivenView full post »