Our Greatest Need

Mornings in our house look more like herding cats. Getting lunch boxes and backpacks and breakfast and shoes and socks. Oh the socks. One morning, while still upstairs, I reminded my son that he needed to bring his library book downstairs so he could return it that day. As all five us scurried about downstairsContinue reading “Our Greatest Need”

My Word for 2018

My friends and I often joke about how we want our word for the year to be Nap or Hawaii; we want a good word – one that means good stuff is coming, not more hard stuff. I began praying throughout December for my word for 2018 and after much seeking, God gave it toContinue reading “My Word for 2018”

Rejoice in Weakness: Advent Week 3

I loathe making mistakes. I’m not necessarily a perfectionist, but I don’t like looking incompetent or weak. So wouldn’t you know that the week of Advent where we focus on weakness would be the week I found a major typo in the reading plan. The scripture reading was supposed to be from SECOND Corinthians, notContinue reading “Rejoice in Weakness: Advent Week 3”

Advent Week 2: Rejoice in His Works

I don’t know about you, but I haven’t spent a lot of time studying 1 Chronicles. My eyes were opened this week during our Advent reading though. Many scholars believe Ezra to be the author of Chronicles, and 1 & 2 Chronicles are considered to be included a four-part series that also includes Ezra andContinue reading “Advent Week 2: Rejoice in His Works”