Monthly archive for ‘ August, 2014 ’

Don’t Worry about Anything…Instead PRAY

31st August 2014 | 0 Comments

For the past 4 months Joel has been struggling with severe neck pain that has progressed to the point of making regular daily tasks nearly impossible. In spite of therapy, chiropractic care, and muscle relaxants, he continues to experience severe pain. Some days are less-painful than others, but truly there are no good days. Chronic […]

They will KNOW…

27th August 2014 | 0 Comments

I was out shopping the other day with not one but two little 6 year old boys! Yes, Roman had a friend over for the afternoon and it was my one chance to pick up groceries for school lunches since school officially started today. These two about-to-be first graders were rowdy to say the least–climbing […]

He Devises the Way

11th August 2014 | 0 Comments

I read this amazing description of God in 2 Samuel the other day. “But God does not just sweep life away; instead He devises ways to bring us back when we have been separated from Him.” (14:14b) As I wade through the Scriptures, I come across this theme again and again. God, the Pursuer. God […]

Is Life Supposed to be Cohesive?

4th August 2014 | 0 Comments

My trip to Nepal already feels like a dim memory from a past life–or the refractions of a lingering dream. “Life” or at least what we tend to sum up as life, has a way of running full speed in a million directions, leaving me wondering if there is any sense to be found.  This […]