“See. I will not forget you. I have engraved you on the palms of my hands.” Isaiah 49:15 My God remembers who you are. My God knows the pain that envelops your heart. My God knows the loneliness that creeps in when the moments are too quiet and the day has been too long. […]
I ran across this devotional I wrote before I was diagnosed. In honor of MS Awareness Week I wanted to share it with ya’ll. If I could go back and talk to myself back then I think I would say one thing. “Don’t worry. Be joyful. God supplies perfect joy even when life isn’t […]
I’m super excited to be working with the legendary Les Stobbe on my next book. A Christian writer’s dream!
This is from a friend of mine. This blessed my heart today. Hope you will stop by and visit her. 🙂
Little one, Full of grace, Child of my heart . . . Child of my Father. When I look at you, I see everything that is good and holy. Your eyes, your smile, your laugh each handcrafted by heaven – What an amazing gift you are! When the world gets […]
I always loved Truth or Dare as a kid. But choosing truth was always too boring. So today I dare ya! Find out what here.
In farm country, where I am from, cattle are often marked. They aren’t marked for vanity with tiny little cow tattoos. They are branded for their own good. As far as the general rule of farming . . . it is customary to sell the cows for their beef or their hyde – farming […]
Happy Thursday, everyone! Join me today on CBN for one of my favorite devotionals about life beyond the grave. I am eternally grateful to the good people at the station for their longtime friendship. I am always humbled that they trust me enough to share the heart of Jesus with their audience year after year. A special […]
Do you ever just get excited about your relationship with Jesus? HE is I AM and we are HIS. I just want to carve that in a tree somewhere don’t you?!
One thing my MS has meant in my life is learning to let go. And I am not a “let it go” girl. I don’t let go easily. When something happens in my life I often toil over it. Just ask my husband . . . telling me to let it go is basically […]