I’m writing this in September and the leaves in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains are starting to change color. That palette will soon extend to the Front Range and we can enjoy all the glory fall brings.Read more
Have you ever stood talking to a friend when your child comes up and tugs on you? “Mom, let’s go.” And there you are talking or listening to a friend and needing to finish whatRead more
“There’s never an emergency meeting in heaven.” I glanced at the clock in the hospital’s surgical waiting room. My heart raced faster than the second hand ticking. My daughter, Megan, needed a cyst removed fromRead more
Natalie Grant and her new song – CLEANRead more
On January, 20, 2016 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. One year later Corey and I closed on our tree house. (I like to name my houses.) These two things don’t seem connected, but they bookendRead more
by Nan Jones @NanJonesAuthor A gentle breeze rustled through the autumn leaves. Like a stained glass window, the forest was ablaze with crimson, amber, and shades of bittersweet high atop the grandest of trees. EvenRead more
You asked us to be the body of Christ.
His hands, his feet, his arms, and his eyes.
You asked us to open our doors and our minds
To the hurt and rejected, so You they might find.
You warned they might hate us, but said to choose love
And promised to fill us with more than enough.
We all have projects in our lives that we want to tackle and bring about change. I’m not talking HGTV home remodeling, I’m talking life remodeling—get healthier, get skinnier, more disciplined, be a better spouse,Read more
Lately, I’ve been thinking about changing seasons. It might have something to do with all the advertisements for pumpkin flavored…everything! Living in south Florida means autumn isn’t necessarily ushered in with cooler temperatures. Our daysRead more
As a parent, I flopped at saying “no.” Having grown up with an unreasonable step-dad, I preferred the kind and friendly “Maybe,” or “We’ll see,” which usually translated toRead more