Does Scripture intersect with your life on a regular basis? I hope so. I’m referring to those times when you’re reading the Bible like you do most every day (because I do hope you’re reading it most every day — it just works best that way…) and something from It’s pages jumps out and tackles an issue that either you… Read More
Hold Me Accountable or…Come for a Visit!
Yesterday I used the word “transparent” in my post, so today I’ve decided to be extremely “transparent.” I said I like to keep it real around here, so I’m getting about as real as you can get today. Embarrassingly real. The truth is I’ve developed an extreme dislike for housecleaning lately. I’m usually a very tidy, if not immaculate, housekeeper…. Read More
Welcome to the Hop!
I love to host parties around here, so today we’re participating in a Blog Hop. It’s a great way to meet other bloggers and perhaps make a few new BBFFs (Blogger Best Friend Forevers!). So click at the bottom of the cute photo above (after you read my post, of course) and go meet some other hopping bloggers before you… Read More
Standing Still in Your Tracks?
This morning I woke up to a brand new batch of snow covering the mountains just outside my window. As I lay in my bed that few extra minutes and looked at that heavy blanket of white, I listened to our heater kick on and pulled the covers up closer to my neck. The fourfold layer of blankets weighed heavy… Read More
Purposely Pondering the Path
Recently I’ve been mapping out our family’s upcoming journey on Highway 1 along the California coastline. I’ve never even stepped foot in California, so I’m probably the last person who should be mapping out our journey. But alas, the responsibility has fallen upon me. I have a gazillion different tabs opened on my computer right now, all displaying various bits… Read More
A Tribute to the Old(er)
In many Asian cultures older people are highly esteemed and revered, a fact that is periodically touted from some evening news show so that we in America will feel guilty for the disrespect we show our own seniors. In deed, I have felt the deserved twinge of guilt on behalf of our country. However, in the Christian church where we… Read More