Posts Tagged ‘ goodness ’

That’s Not Fair! (Thank God it’s not!)

21st March 2017 | 0 Comments

The other night as I was cleaning up from supper Roman started to get into the freezer to help himself to ice-cream. “No ice-cream!” I said. “You can’t have ice-cream every night after supper.” –to which Roman automatically responded, “What? That’s not fair!” Before I could come up with a response, Marshall, passing through the […]


What do you do with the “bad stuff”

28th February 2017 | 0 Comments

I’ll admit I’ve had a lot more of the “bad stuff” in my life than I ever expected. Growing up, I was a carefree child, with loving parents, a paradise for home, good friends, godly teachers, and unique multi-cultural opportunities. I’m also blessed with an optimistic personality and always had a positive outlook on life. […]


From Saturday Reflections to Sunday Revelations

19th July 2016 | 0 Comments

Every time God intervenes with miraculous provision of any sort, it is about more than the physical or material gift; it is an invitation to enter into deeper intimacy with him. This is paraphrased from a message I was listening to as I cleaned house on Saturday. It really stuck with me, and challenged my […]


Looking to HIM for Help

10th May 2016 | 0 Comments

When we look to Him for help, we often have a high expectation of what kind of help He will give. Instead of trusting in His goodness and sovereignty it is easy to get sidetracked by our own expectations. As I begged God for help in our family’s situation, I sometimes found myself outlining the […]