Waiting! Who is tired of waiting? Me! Me! Me! Who else? Okay, the point of this post is not to complain, because there is a much better alternative: worship! There is power when you worship Jesus. Obviously there are so many reasons to do so,...

How many times have you been told no? The range of no's can vary from something very minor to something very significant. As we believe for babies, we have been told no month after month for 4+ years. We actually think of it as the...

Dear Mom in the Making, My heart goes out to you. I don't know if this letter finds you filled with an outpouring of hope or overcome with feelings of fear or defeat. From experience, I know that the emotions can span such a wide range...

I mentioned briefly in my Aquathlon race recap that there was confusion during my 1 mile swim. I was part of the first wave to start and since swimming is a strength for me, I decided to start out at the front of the wave....

Are the friends in your life setting you up to win? In other words do your friends really want you to succeed in all areas (spiritually, emotionally, financially, physically, etc)? And what if you switched that question around? Do you want your friends to succeed? Do...

Did you know our journey isn't about a baby? "Sayyyy whhhhhat." Yup, that is right. It's not about a baby. Yes, that is what we are waiting on, but our wait is about so much more than us having a baby. It's about the journey,...

Hebrews 11:8 in the Passion Translation says, "Faith motivated Abraham to obey God's call and leave the familiar to discover the territory he was destined to inherit from God. So he left with only a promise and without even knowing ahead of time where he...

Whew.. yet another post that I keep putting off. It's been 13 months since I last shared about our journey to becoming parents. It's interesting how infrequent I have shared considering that this blog originally started to document our journey. Please don't think that the lack...

This post has been in my draft folder since last October and when I heard Charlotte Gambill speak at a conference this past weekend, I was reminded to listen to the sermon (for the 10th or 11th time) again and hit submit on this post. Anyone...