I'm sure what I am about to tell you will go down in the history books of motherhood. There are dandies and then... there is this gem. A little girl, full of fun, sass, and inventive creativity all balled up in some terrible 4-year-old cuteness. Ya! I am gonna brag about "little me", cause I … Continue reading What smells?
I recently had an Occipital Nerve Block done. It can be a bit scary to think about having a long needle stuck into your neck going upward toward your brain stem. I have had about a dozen of these and they are so helpful for me. So... I thought maybe I should explain what it is and share my experience.
I have been reading in Mark 5. It talks about the demon-possessed man, the woman with a bleeding issue, and Jairus's sick daughter. The common theme throughout the entire passage is faith and restoration. My focus was on the woman who knew and believed in Jesus's power. She had great faith and determination. She knew … Continue reading Just a Touch
One of my prime times of spiritual growth came through a small discipleship group I belonged to in my 20’s, and by the on-going mentoring of an older godly woman. W
"The Lord is My Shepherd...", those are truly amazing words. Shepherds were the lowliest of lowliest... career bottom of the barrel in Jesus' time. So you should be in awe that God wants to shepherd you. Sheep appear to be dumb and wander aimlessly. They will eat anything and everything whether it is good for … Continue reading The Lord is My Shepherd
I still love the old hymns and this one is a favorite, though the further you sing, the more consecration you need. Do you remember "Take My Life"?
We all know that PRAYER is an important part of the Christian life. Without it, we are disconnected from our defense system, as well as unity with the body of Christ. I speak to those who have prayed and prayed for something/issue in their life or the life of someone else. You may have prayed … Continue reading This is Where I Failed
True Repentance Makes us Ready to Meet the Lord. We see the day coming but we are no more ready to face the King of Kings and the Lords of Lords than they were in Joel's day. We sit in our padded pews and "mourn" the sinfulness of our nation but ignore the subtle sins … Continue reading True Repentance What Does it Look Like?
I live surrounded by cattle. Each spring, once the prairie grass has grown, the cattle arrive at the fields around me. Usually mid-late May they take up residence. One by one cattle trailers arrive. They back into the field, swing open the trailer doors, and groups of cattle are let out. It's a pretty exciting … Continue reading Cattle and Fences
Fibromyalgia - I'd love for you to come along with me on this unpredictable journey.