It’s been awhile since I’ve written, and while this is not yet finishing my series or theological, I still want to put it in words for the glory of God. I want to share my birth story. First, some back story would be helpful to understand why my husband and I made the decision for… Continue reading Birth Story
It has been quite the year as far as the weather goes which has made life as a farmer interesting to say the least. I know there’s countless blog post and articles stating the woes of the weather and its effects on the crops. This isn’t going to be one of those posts. Rather than… Continue reading Heal Their Land
Jesus tackles some difficult subjects in the Sermon on the Mount. This week’s blog highlights a section that is no exception. In fact, I prayed pretty hard on how to write this in the most palatable way possible as to not step on any toes. But I believe Jesus preached this sermon in the order… Continue reading Radical Commitment
“That’s all just sugar and carbs.” This statement made to me recently would have completely devastated the girl I used to be. But it simply just angered the woman that I am now. It also reminded me as we are going into the holidays that many people have still not quite evolved in their own… Continue reading Surviving the Holidays: A quick guide on what to say and what not to say about food.
I’m dating a human being. A wonderful human, but still, a human. He can frustrate me beyond measure. When he comes home late for dinner or doesn’t pick up on my not so sublet hints that I want him to take me out for ice cream, I begin to think, maybe not in so many… Continue reading Bless Him; Change Me
March is MS Awareness Month and all month, I’ve been mulling over what to write. MS has been a huge part of my family’s life for as long as I can remember, but yet how was I supposed to tell people about a disease that no matter how much it was explained, never made sense… Continue reading The Person Behind MS