When I share about fibromyalgia, oftentimes is to women. And it's true the majority of people with fibromyalgia and other chronic pain issues are women. But there are men that suffer as well. (And I'm not talking about our husbands. ha!) I recently met Jonathan Thorn. When I heard his story I decided it was … Continue reading God is There in these Shards of Ice
Too often we carry our burdens around by ourselves. I heard a preacher say that we live in a DIY society and it's true with our Christian lives as well. We try to Do it Ourself. But God says we should bear one another's burdens. Do you know that 2 horses can pull three times the … Continue reading Burdens Are Lifted at Calvary
It is time to put all of these crazy, negative thoughts into captivity where they belong! Let’s put’em in jail. Easy to say, isn’t it? How do we actually do it? He was 16 then and I was lying in bed trying to go to sleep and just as the scoundrel does, he put a … Continue reading How to Take Every Thought Captive
So, What are you afraid of? Are you worried or scared about the next step in your life? Sometimes, life can seem really foreboding. We might be afraid that we can't accomplish the next step in our dream. Or that it will beat you down into failure. Maybe God is asking you to do something that … Continue reading What Are You Afraid of?
Many people who suffer from chronic pain and fibromyalgia, also suffer from depression and anxiety. So this week, I have asked my friend Jess Bongiorno to share about the topic. If you have been following this blog for a while, you may remember that she had written encouraging words before about facing depression. Dear … Continue reading Facing Depression and Anxiety
Photos by Jessie Ever since I began to share about my struggle with depression and anxiety - I have had so many people open up to me.... it is to these people I write these words... Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders … Continue reading Look up! Run the Race with Endurance