Love is never lost. It cannot be destroyed, and it is never forgotten. Every shoot of green in early spring is a declaration that winter and death were not the end. They were, in fact, only the beginning of something glorious. … More Season of Hope
There is a common misconception that good people shouldn’t have problems. On the contrary, some of the most amazingly bright, compassionate souls face the darkest circumstances. The reason is very simple: a flashlight is of no use in a brightly lit room.
… More Kindness Shines in the Darkness
God’s light shines in our darkness, and the darkness cannot overcome it, not even in the valley of the shadow of death. … More Runway Lights: Blessed Assurance during Dark Times
What we don’t often realize is that Jesus didn’t just suffer on Calvary. He hurt every day of his life. Here’s why. … More Jesus Lived in a Hospital
“God hates divorce.” We’ve heard it a million times. What God has brought together, let no one tear apart (Mark 10:9). But when a woman leaves an abusive husband, is she really committing a sin? … More Abuse, Divorce, and Disjointed Marriage: Why It’s Not a Sin to Leave an Abuser
I didn’t know what we’d find. Fear of the unknown takes on a life of its own, but there was one thing I knew. I knew that God was with me. Death would never have the victory. Whatever we might find lurking in the MRI, it had already lost its sting. … More Fear, Fish Bait, and MRIs: Encouragement for Facing the Unknown
Today, I pledge to take care of myself. I will not burn out. I’m not going under. Like Mandisa said, I am an overcomer. … More Indivisible: A Caregiver’s Fight against Burnout