My story. Before when people would ask me to share, I would be terrified—I never knew what to say, or how they would react. Now when people ask me about my accident, I don’t mind talking about it. In telling my story, I get to tell everyone of my God who puts the stars in… Continue reading My Story: God’s Story
I was thinking the other day about God and how it’s pretty incredible that he created people and languages. The incredible thing is that He hears and understands everyone in every language. One of my favorite moments ever was in the Dominican Republic. We were sitting on the beach watching the sunset, and we eventually… Continue reading The Great I AM
So I’ve been a school nurse for about a year. It wasn’t anywhere in my plans, but God knew I needed this in this season. Here are a few things I have learned on this journey so far. Littles are honest and unbiased. They don’t care who you are, and they love you unconditionally. I… Continue reading School Nursing and Little Humans
23. 23 was a great year-new places, re-acquaintances, new friends, spectacular adventures, and new passions. There has been some good things and some not-so good things about 23, but we can’t have the good without the bad. 23 has been an adventure as I learned more about what it means to be a woman after… Continue reading Blessings and Birthdays
So a friend and I are delving into planting and growing things. In her research, she came upon the fact that you shouldn’t water plants as often. Letting them dry out a little encourages them to grow deeper roots. Dry spells can actually encourage growth and flourishing. It seems counterintuitive that a dry season can… Continue reading Planting and Establishing Roots
As christians, we offer the cliche, “If God shuts a door, He opens a window.” This is true, but how do you keep going in the meantime? How do you wrestle with the fact that God said no to this seemingly good thing? How do you still manage to believe that God’s plan is still… Continue reading When God Says No
I’m reminded of the fable, The Tortoise and The Hare. The hare was definitely faster, but he got proud and boastful. He started off really fast and he took a short break because he got tired. The tortoise was slower, but he didn’t care what anyone else thought and just kept moving.
He ended up winning the race.