I’d like to think that I am strong. The truth is that without God’s strength & faithfulness, I couldn’t have beaten cancer once, let alone twice. Psalm 34
Does the “future belong to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams”, as Eleanor Roosevelt suggests? Matthew, Mark, Luke and John provide the answer.
Oh my, the book of Job is tough to read and digest! Through tragedy and challenge, Job learned humility in the face of an awesome God.
I enjoy walking long distances. It is in the quiet of the woods that I hear and feel God’s presence without distraction.
As a mother, I love my children with my entire being: heart, mind and soul. God, our heavenly Father, loves us the same way, only bigger! 1 John 4:19
On January 24, 2019 at 12:47 pm, my father peacefully passed away. This is my eulogy, honoring a man whom I loved deeply.
Hiking in the rain is like navigating the storms in our lives. A recent wet hike provided me with time to think about my life’s challenges
While watching my first sunrise in the Grand Canyon, I was surprised by the emotions and spiritual revelations that bubbled up from within me
Rescuing Faith the dog taught me a lot about patience, trust and faith.
Hearing a local hero recall how he rescued others in peril brings to mind Matthew 25.
A video text from a friend made me smile and cry at the same time. It also reminded me that God always provides for us. We just need to be open to receive His help.
Thank you, cancer. I have learned a lot because of you.