God of Love

God of Love

Ok. I promise that this blog is not only going to be about the CD. BUT, it’s wonderful, and I love bragging on my husband. Deal with it 🙂 Plus, for those of you that I only know in the blogging world, this is what’s going on! You would think that I would be sick […]

For All You Worship Lovers Out There

For All You Worship Lovers Out There

It’s here! The church is releasing its very first worship album…and you have no idea how excited I am that it is finished! I am so very proud of my husband for heading this up (and for the amazing songs he contributed)!!! The entire team has done a great job and given a lot of […]

Back in the game

Back in the game

Well, it’s been a few weeks. My how life can overwhelm you when you are having fun! I thought I would start off your week with some thoughts I had over the weekend. Worship. You come to lift up Jesus, to make much of Him. But sometimes, I think we let our minds and things […]

My Take: ‘I’m spiritual but not religious’ is a cop-out

My Take: ‘I’m spiritual but not religious’ is a cop-out

A very interesting article. I would be interested to hear your thoughts!

A Quick Answer to The Problem with Christian Universities

A Quick Answer to The Problem with Christian Universities

It’s amazing how it seems that life slows down for a bit, you get settled into a new routine, and God shakes it all up again. And yet, when you follow the call that He has given you, He brings peace and confirmation amidst the resistance. The other day, we went to see Hillsong and […]

“I’m Sorry” Does Not Cure Cancer

“I’m Sorry” Does Not Cure Cancer

Very well written. Full of good thoughts from a genuinely good heart. Check it out, especially for those of us on this healthcare journey…

Libya

Libya

Lately the news has been flooded with reports of riots and the storming of embassies, particularly in the Middle East. Questions of whether to continue or withhold aid are taking the forefront of the talks. And whatever your political, religious, or personal stance is, we must remember something. Just because a select group committed a […]

Libya

Libya

Lately the news has been flooded with reports of riots and the storming of embassies, particularly in the Middle East. Questions of whether to continue or withhold aid are taking the forefront of the talks. And whatever your political, religious, or personal stance is, we must remember something. Just because a select group committed a […]

The Problem with Christian Universities

The Problem with Christian Universities

I knew how many rules I was subjecting myself to when I decided to attend ORU. Curfews, no drinking, and for a while, nothing less than slacks in class. I loved it. I was 18 and ready to conquer the world. Every chapel was a face-to-face meeting with God surrounded by hundreds of others pointed […]

A True Friend

A True Friend

Preface: No. This is not a cliche post about how Jesus is your only “true friend”. It might be a little mushy, but it’s not that…. Like I mentioned before in the entry about her shower, the best friend just got married. The wedding was beautiful. Hilarious. Wonderful. Successful. And my daughter was an absolute […]