Zephaniah 3:17 has been on our fridge for a long time and I figured it was finally time to share it. I think it's so easy for us to misinterpret the abundance of love the Lord has for us. Many of us have a skewed understanding...

Today is Kai's 3rd birthday. Although my immediate response as this day approached was it was going to be a really bad, awful, awful day I realized that with Jesus it doesn't have to be. Do we miss Kai more than anything? Yes! Does it make...

It's interesting how the Lord led me to this sermon. I was on the Brooklyn Tabernacle sermon site and saw Francis Chans name and realized I hadn't listened to his sermons in forever. I hopped on over to his church's site and then came across this...

I can't believe it's been a year since I have started sharing weekly verses. As the year mark was approaching I was debating back and forth whether to take a break or continue sharing, but I have chosen to continue. It's been such a good...

Ever since mid-April I have been having extreme back pain. Some days were worse than others, but as of two weekends ago, I was miserable. The fact that I sit at a computer all day doesn't help anything. It hurt to sit. It hurt to...

Our fertility journey is much different than a lot of couples. It doesn't involve medicine, doctors, procedures, shots, pills, tests, etc. Because of this, It has been a really long time since I have done a fertility update. However, I decided to get my blood tested...

The command to 'be strong and courageous' is used several times throughout the bible. After the death of Moses at the end of Deuteronomy, Joshua 1 starts off with the Lord speaking commands to Joshua. Joshua became Israel's leader and was in charge of leading more...

Today, I want to recognize Colby. Oh how I wish this post was sharing about what an amazing dad he is to our kiddos. Although I can't put those words to paper yet, I can recognize the amazing father that he will be and the...

The Lord has continued to bless us with Blue Sock Moments. My favorites have been the tangible ones He gives us, including a single blue sock and baby girl shoes. When we came home from Austin after Kai passed away our mailbox was full of...

Hope is the strong and confident expectation of something desired. I have shared a lot over the years about hope, but what happens when what you hope for is not obtained at the time you desired? The answer will depend on the significance and importance...