Faith Isn’t a Crutch


Living intentionally by faith every day is NOT the “easy way out” of life. It’s most definitely not a “crutch for the weak.” No sirree. In fact, I’d wager to say that living by faith is probably one of the most difficult ways to live life. If Faith Wasn’t In… Read More »

Sometimes I just want off this faith train


Living by faith. It’s an “easy” concept to talk about, but a “hard” concept to live out. It’s interesting to me that this concept keeps “popping up” lately.  Our pastor has been doing a series on faith the past two months (the sermon a few weeks ago was on this specific topic… Read More »

when life resembles a pile of puzzle pieces


Sometimes you look at your life and wonder what in the world is happening. Instead of being able to see a picture, you just see a pile of scattered jigsaw puzzle pieces that don’t seem to fit together or have any real pattern at all. The last year or so… Read More »

When Jesus ISN’T Enough


A few weeks ago in church we sang a song: “He’s All I Need.” As we were singing, I wondered if perhaps it wasn’t an accurate statement… So many times, I hide behind the statement: “Jesus is all I need.” I shut out the rest of the world, refuse to… Read More »

31 Days to Pray for Your Spouse Challenge

31 Days to Pray for Your Spouse Challenge

I am so, so, so, so, SO excited to be hosting the 31 Days to Pray for Your Spouse Challenge starting on July 1st!! It’s going to be A.MAZ.ING. I cannot wait to watch God work in the lives of individuals and in their marriages! Will you join me? Will… Read More »

Custom Fonts on PicMonkey


PicMonkey just announced that you can now use your own custom fonts when creating and editing images on their free online imaging service: What are you waiting for?? Check it out on!! —

It Could Have Been Worse


On days like today, I need perspective. I need to remember that even though my day had “rough” moments, it could have been worse, and truly, I am blessed beyond measure. Chris didn’t really get a good nap in today. Every time he’d fall asleep, David would go into the… Read More »