When the Anchor is Secure, But the Ship is Falling Apart

“I just want something to hang my hat on!” I whined to my husband. The funny thing is, before that moment, I’d probably never uttered that phrase in my entire life. I definitely wasn’t wearing a hat. This quarantine seems to be leading us to say and do new things. But, I meant it. IContinue reading “When the Anchor is Secure, But the Ship is Falling Apart”

On Fear and Falling Shoes

Hi friends, With the current state of our world, and the unknown effects of the Coronavirus, many people are gripped with fear and anxiety. I get it. I can fall into the same trap, and it’s a dreadful way to live! But, there are truths we can remind ourselves of to help us guard againstContinue reading “On Fear and Falling Shoes”

Outside the Ministry Zone – When God Leads You Down a Desert Road

Have you ever learned something new only to then read your own journal or notes and realize it isn’t actually the first time you’ve learned that very thing? You’ve learned this before, you just forgot! Yeah, me too. It happened to me again this week. I was doing my “homework” for BSF (Bible Study Fellowship).Continue reading “Outside the Ministry Zone – When God Leads You Down a Desert Road”

Neighbor Day Weekend

My youngest daughter snuggled into me this morning on the recliner. She had just gotten out of bed for the day and carried her seemingly ever-present-when-she-first-wakes-up purple blanket down with her. She rubbed it against her face. She’s in first grade, so I delight in these moments. They are becoming increasingly rare. “I’m excited aboutContinue reading “Neighbor Day Weekend”