Morbid Introspection


Yesterday morning, our Sunday School class studied 1 John 3:19-22, which says:

We will know by this that we are of the truth, and will assure our heart before Him in whatever our heart condemns us; for God is greater than our heart and knows all things.

We Get Richer From Our Aching


I was once given the advice of “steward your disappointments.” I thought that I understood it then, but I more certainly understand it now. I don’t have to talk about my own sufferings or disappointments in order to convey to you the weightiness and distress that comes alongside difficulty.…

A Burden to Joyfully Bear


I received some difficult, hurtful news yesterday. News that caused pride to surface, rage to bubble-up, and pain to abound. As I laid in bed, desperately trying to escape the taunting lies that filled-up my head, I was met with restlessness and sleeplessness instead of peace.…

Antidotes for Anxiety



When I was in grade school, my parents were gracious enough to pick me up so I didn’t have to ride the bus. Every day, without fail my dad would pick me up in his bright red Durango. Every day our teachers would lead us in lines out the front doors of the school where we waited for our loved ones to load us up and take us home.…

The Fount of our Supply

There are many women of ages past that I look to as examples of Godliness, fierce and biblical femininity, and partakers in the Great Commission. One such woman is Corrie Ten Boom, who despite the risk of grave retribution, hid and transported Jews to various safe havens throughout Poland during the Holocaust.…