Often times, people ask, "Are you a religious person?" My answer to that is "no." That might surprise many readers considering this is a faith-based blog. But, the reason I say no is because religion can be transformed into a system of works-based salvation. It completely...

May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month. Grey is the color for brain cancer, so May is the month that we 'Go Grey' for awareness. Last year I shared a lot of details and facts about brain cancer, also admitting that the only reason I knew May was significant...

Back to reality. There is always a bit of culture shock after coming back from somewhere other than US or Europe. Life couldn't be any more different overseas. In some ways, that is really good, in some ways that is really bad. However, I am...

A few weeks ago I shared some of my favorite books for those going through infertility. One of the books I mentioned was Every Bitter Thing is Sweet by Sara Hagerty. Sara shares her journey of going from bitterness and barrenness to a place of hope and...

My guess is I have already listened to the song, No Longer Slaves by Bethel, hundreds of times since it was released in January. There is something about turning on worship and being in the presence of the Lord that is so powerful. On the...

I am so thankful that Lisa said 'yes' when I asked her to write a guest post for me while we are out of the country. If you don't follow her blog, you should. She is a wealth of information and always has great resources...

I can't believe this is my fourth Mother's Day waiting to be a mom! I went back and read my posts from the past two years. While two years ago I talked about contentment and making the most of the circumstances, last year I talked...

I have loved reading the Old Testament recently. It's amazing to read so many miracles and powerful stories. In Exodus 14, there were two million people on their way to the land of milk and honey when they approached the Red Sea. They were facing major...