Worth The Wait

Waiting has never been one of my best abilities.  I quickly get irritated waiting in the grocery store line or at the DMV or at the doctor’s office.  The frustration is often rewarded with unpleasant experiences – paying the cashier and ending up late for the next line you have to wait in…which is now... Continue Reading →

The Scars We Share

Scars we bear on our physical bodies can be used as great object lessons - ways to begin conversations about larger issues. There are also scars that we do not wear so proudly on our skin – scars that are hidden from view and revealed only in the words we say and the choices we make. I call these “heartscars” and they are created by wrongs done to us or experiences that caused confusion, fear, and regret. The only way to find healing for these kinds of wounds and release the blessings that they hold is through forgiveness. Much like in the physical, our wounded hearts can heal provided we don’t remove the protective covering. Forgiveness is this covering and when allowed to complete its work it will reveal a scar that will be a blessing to be shared instead of a bitter root burrowing deeper...

Bringing a Pen Light Spelunking

I think I know why we are only supposed to see a step or two ahead. We may have a destination in mind; the perfect job, the comfortable retirement, a life free of cancer – (13 years and counting!!), finishing that college degree, whatever your choice. The Lord may even have placed that goal in your heart and it may be his purpose for your life, but getting there is a process. There is only one who can see each and every stone or twist or challenge there may be between here and there and if we were able to see it all we may be too overwhelmed to even take that first step...

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