Devotion & Triumph: His Girl

“This is how we make important changes–barely, poorly, slowly. And still, He raises His fist in triumph.” – Anne Lamott, Small Victories I used to believe that faith in Christ, having a relationship with God, was something that crashed over us in a massive wave. An incredibly loud, huge moment in time where a flash ofContinue reading “Devotion & Triumph: His Girl”

A Yoga Newbie

This week begins my third week (Or maybe the fourth, I honestly can’t remember) of doing yoga on a daily basis. I am not a yogi, and it has been ridiculously difficult getting into a healthy state of mind. I went into the outlook of good health about seven months ago, but was completely thrown offContinue reading “A Yoga Newbie”

Riches: The Present

It’s been a while since I’ve written. It’s been a while since I have looked life in the face and considered where to begin when it comes to sharing with you all. Being a writer is weird at times. There is never a moment when I’m not considering my written word. Compelled. Convicted. Humbled. IfContinue reading “Riches: The Present”

The Joy of Kindness

And so I insist–and God backs me up on this–that there be no going along with the crowd, the empty-headed, mindless crowd…that’s no life for you. You learned Christ! My assumption is that you have paid careful attention to him, been well-instructed in the truth precisely as we have it in Jesus. Since, then, weContinue reading “The Joy of Kindness”

Nothing & Everything about Parenting

I like to know where I’m going. Like when I’m following directions, I know my next four turns before they arrive. Preparation. No surprises. In other words, the exact opposite of parenting. Last night I laid in bed planning out the next year for Asa. His bedding, clothes, haircut, things to buy. And then myContinue reading “Nothing & Everything about Parenting”