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Living My Faith

God is like my wife

God is like my wife. (Honey, if you’re reading this, there has to be a billion brownie points for that line, right?)  My wife,…

Living My Faith

Commit your spirit to God?

“Into your hands I commit my spirit; deliver me, Lord, my faithful God” (Psalm 31:5). What does it mean to “commit my spirit” or…

Life’s Challenges

It’s right in front of you

In our home the following can be heard, “Honey, where’s the ketchup?” Or one of our boys will shout, “Mom, I can’t find my…

Life’s Challenges

When you can’t, he can

There comes a time in your life when you can’t. Despite all your efforts, you can’t control a situation in your family or you…

Life’s Challenges

God is in control

One of the scarier parts of my life is realizing how much is completely out of my control. Like my daughters. My wife and…

Living My Faith

You have the right words

“I just don’t know what to say.” How many of us have had that thought when someone challenges God’s truth? Before Jesus sent them…

Life’s Challenges

Triggers and truth are tricky

Your Facebook post isn’t liked as much as you want, so it triggers feelings of low self-worth and failure. Adjustments to routines trigger anxiety….

Life’s Challenges

Rich

For years my husband and I took a perverse pride in not owning a cell phone. We reasoned that everyone else had one, so…

Living My Faith

Don’t waste your worry

A friend clued me in to using stickers on my fingernails. Nail polish is not an option for me, since as a nursing assistant…

Life’s Challenges

Rockin’ to the oldies

My apologies to any of you who don’t have oldies yet. You will. I think often of my former students who are trapped in…

Depression & Anxiety

Control is fleeting, but GOD is forever

I learned from a local doctor how common it is for teenage girls to cut themselves. Self-harm might seem like odd behavior, but the…

Who is God?

Everything is fleeting, but GOD is forever

For 157 straight Sundays, I wore the same blue, checkered, button-up shirt to church. I’m not exaggerating. A creature of habit I must be,…