Category Archive: Christian Living

Living With The Ache…

I’ve been waiting for the right time to come in which I would write an eloquent blog post about how I had figured out how to kick “the ache” in the dust and… Continue reading

Facing a Diagnosis

Story is what makes up our lives. Stories can be fascinating, thrilling, intriguing, dull, beautiful, inspiring, scary, invigorating, soothing. The difference between my story and the world’s story is that mine is eternal.… Continue reading

To Love

  Nearly every night as I tuck my children into bed, I place my hands on theirs and pray that they would know how great God’s love is for them. It is a… Continue reading

On Friendship…

  Friendship is, indeed, a precious gift to behold. It is also something that, to many, can hold memories of pain, scars and failed expectations. I can think back to my childhood and… Continue reading

The Ministry of Tears

  Several months ago I heard a sermon that the Spirit used to stir within me in a most beautiful way. Through a deep humility and passion, the pastor spoke of the power… Continue reading

My Commonplace Book (guest post by: Ashtyn Figgins)

    Hi! My name is Ashtyn Figgins and I’m twelve years old. My mom asked me if I would like to write a guest post on her blog, so here it is!… Continue reading

If life were always smooth and level…

“The land that you are to take possession of is a land of mountains and valleys that drinks rain from heaven. It is a land your God cares for; the eyes of the… Continue reading

The Here and Now

“When our children are little, it’s easy to focus on the sleepless nights, the endless messes, the never-having-a-free-minute-to-call-our-own.  As they grow, those earlier trials give way to hectic schedules and constant chauffeuring, then… Continue reading

A lesson in running…

This little family blog of ours has been around for many years now. Occasionally I will meander through back posts to remember what the past years were like, to see my joys and… Continue reading

On Obedience

Life has been full, but that’s no surprise! I’m always humbled and thankful with what The Lord has entrusted us with. It’s hard to believe we are coming up on a year since… Continue reading