“Great is Thy faithfulness!” “Great is Thy faithfulness!”Morning by morning new mercies I see;All I have needed Thy hand hath provided—“Great is Thy faithfulness,” Lord, unto me! A few weeks ago, I was out on one of my morning runs and a I heard a song. It was a familiar hymn. This time when I … Continue reading Great is Thy Faithfulness
“Mommy!” I heard the frantic scream coming from my sons’ bedroom. I jumped out of my bed and ran down the hall. My younger son was sleeping soundly in his bed. My five-year-old son was the one crying out for me. When I got to the room he said, “Mommy, I don’t know what that … Continue reading When I am Afraid
I looked down at the verses I was reading. I sat there amazed. Then I read them again, and again. I was just finishing up the book of Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians. I got to chapter 5, verses 16-18, words I have probably read a hundred times before. And all of the sudden, … Continue reading What is Your “Mom Life” Verse?
The word “love” gets thrown around a lot in our culture. We use it all of the time. I love coffee. I love chocolate. I love pizza. I love to play sports. I love to watch a certain T.V. show. I love your outfit or your new haircut. My kids love their toys. I could … Continue reading Real Love Never Fails
There is nothing more beautiful, more rich, or more precious than the love of God. He writes us a love letter through His Word, and we can read it every day. He gives us the gift of knowing Him and allows us to love others as He has shown us through His example. We certainly … Continue reading 14 Verses to Love on Valentine’s Day and Every Day
I love having a three year old. My youngest son is at that sweet age where he is right between being a toddler and a “big boy.” He still has that babyish cuddliness, but he can also understand and communicate so much better than when he was younger. Every night, before he falls asleep, he … Continue reading Keep Me Forever
It all started with a casual conversation about a photograph. My sons and I were in the kitchen when a picture popped up on our digital frame. It was a photo of my oldest son and me at a baseball game. He said, “That’s me and you, mommy.” My younger son, not one to be … Continue reading The Safest Place in the World