Last week in A Time to Work (Part One) I wrote about my recent struggle with desire, trust, and a heart divided in light of an upcoming vacation my family is taking this summer.
Perhaps this all seems a bit silly, a bit overboard. Sometimes I can’t help but wonder if I’m blowing everything out of proportion, if I’m making a big deal out of nothing. After all, it’s just a vacation, right?
Vacation or no, it is a matter that
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My family is going on vacation without me.
This should not come as a surprise. For four consecutive summers my mom, dad, sister, brother-in-law, two nephews, and niece have packed their bags, loaded their cars and headed for Williamsburg, VA while my husband, my girls and I keep the fort here in Michigan.
It’s not that my family wants to enjoy their vacation without us. Quite the contrary, they would love for us to join them. However, for the past four years, my husband and I have been
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Have you ever reflected back on the past few years and recognized that in different seasons, there was an underlying message that God was trying to teach you? This is something that happens to me often. There are many periods in my life that I can look back on and name the lesson God was teaching me. When I look back on this time in a few years, I’m going to think of it as the time when God taught me all about peace.
When I think
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For the past two weeks writing has come hard. The time, the words, everything feels like a challenge, a battle, a fight.
I recently celebrated my first “Writing Anniversary,” marking one year since the day that God and I met together over this heart I have for writing and drew a line in the sand. No more excuses, no more procrastinating, no more fear of stealing from my family by pursuing my dream. I am so proud of the fact that I haven’t looked back. That I
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