I’m laying here in my hospital bed, waiting for the time. It’s a little passed 3 am, and today’s the day we bring you into the world, Aspen Christopher. You’re so strong. I can already feel that as you move inside my womb, little one. But you’ve got an inner strength too. Like a grounded tree.Continue reading “An Open Letter for My Soon-to-be Newborn”
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Are you waiting on a promise from God? This one’s for you. Take courage my heart Stay steadfast my soul He’s in the waiting Hold onto your hope Watch your triumph unfold He’s never failing Have you guys heard that song before? It’s one from Bethel, sung by Kristene DiMarco. I’m not going to lie,Continue reading “Take Courage–He’s in the Waiting”
The Poison Imagine sin as a poison that sits on your counter top in a pretty bottle. When you drink it, the feeling that shoots through your body is satisfying and exhilarating. There’s usually a bitter after taste, but of course, the worst part is the death that it starts in your body. No oneContinue reading “An Anecdote on Salvation: The Cure”
There I was. Again. Sitting crisscross applesauce in an endless pile of Legos, Barbies, stuffed animals and train tracks… and I thought to myself is it even worth it to have all this STUFF?! If you can relate, decluttering toys and other junk may be just what your family needs too. Three times a week IContinue reading “The Purge: How Throwing Out Our Stuff Made us Happier”