My Promise: Not To Give Up On You

We make a vow to love our spouse “in sickness and in health,” “for better or for worse,” and “in good times and in bad.” What we do not always realize when reciting those vows is what the future holds: • The miscarriage that shattered both of your hearts • The times where your bank... Continue Reading →

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An Open Letter to My Son’s Future Wife

I do not know who you are yet, but I know that tonight I am praying for you. And I vow to pray for you every single night. While I am nowhere near accepting the thought of seeing my baby marry, I do commit to begin praying for you and your parents as you navigate... Continue Reading →

Seasons of Growth

God is teaching me that seasons of growth lead to seasons of gratefulness. I used to think that having a certain job title, a perfect home or the most well-behaved child would make me feel successful. Now, I am beginning to see how thankful I am for even the not-so-perfect moments. Maybe you, too, have... Continue Reading →

3 Life Lessons from Liam

"Any time that we speak encouraging words to a child, we can change their day, their week, and their lives." - Pastor Stephen Wolfe  It's no secret that as parents we become pretty smitten with our kids. We try to soak in every moment because we know that in the blink of an eye, we'll... Continue Reading →

5 Things to Treasure Daily

Life is busy and filled with endless demands, but it vital to take time to treasure life, love, and the talents and passions God has bestowed upon you. Here are 5 things you should treasure and make the most of daily . . .  1. Time with Jesus. We need our Jesus time to be... Continue Reading →

Broken Crayons Still Color

I chose the title of this post two weeks ago and as I've continued to see it in my "drafts" writing box, my mind has continued to go in a million directions. The theme God has been working on in me lately is brokenness to beauty. When I was watching Liam color the other day,... Continue Reading →

Let Love Arise❤️

We all know the old saying, "Don't judge a book by its cover." Too often we subconsciously label others before we get to know them or make verbal contact for the very first time. What if we were labeled every time we made a mistake? Would you label me emotionally unstable because I was impatient... Continue Reading →

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