We can watch sitcoms or movies and see unhealthy relationships portrayed as exciting or normal. While in the movies the victim of abuse might be rescued by an observant character or take matters into their own hands and kill the abuser in self-defense. I would not recommend anyone in a dangerous situation wait to be… Continue reading “That’s Not Abuse.”
When they use big words like catastrophic to describe the rain pelting your home you tend to wonder what is going on. The local news seems focused on the worst case scenarios which for once are pretty accurate in Houston. Everyone here seems to know someone who needs to be rescued because their house is… Continue reading Catastrophic
Jen Hatmaker. If you don't know who this woman is, then a quick google search will tell you that she's one of the most popular bloggers today. She has connected herself to moms who need to hear that they are human and it's okay to make mistakes. I love her books. I think she's amazing.… Continue reading Jen Hatmaker. Wow.
A dear writing friend passed away yesterday. My heart is broken over this earthly loss. Bob Stewart was a rare find. He was a true friend and kind spirit with a heart to encourage. I will miss him. I feel that I owe Bob an apology. You see God has been nudging my spirit for… Continue reading We will miss you, Bob.
The plan was well executed. They drove a convoy into the small Nigerian town in the middle of the night and attacked the school using guns. A school filled with young girls who each had dreams of becoming teachers, lawyers, and doctors. The militants then herded the girls onto the buses and drove off… Continue reading Can Abubakar be another Saul?
While praying for Boston this morning my prayer started out pretty general. Please bring healing to the city, etc. Then, as I prayed for a few minutes longer my heart began to stir and my soul began to cry out to God. It was a powerful moment between this sinner and God. I was reminded… Continue reading How we can Pray for Boston
Sally Ride passed away today. She was 61 and died from pancreatic cancer. Many will remember her as the first woman to go into space. She was the mission specialist for mission STS-7 aboard the shuttle Challenger which launched on June 18, 1983. She secured her place in history that day and became a role model… Continue reading Sally Ride, a woman with a legacy