Searching {#Write31Days}

Searching. I spend a lot of time searching. I search for things I have lost or misplaced. I search for things because I can't remember something. I love to search for information and resources.  I am the go to person for "Can you find...?"  or   "Do you know....?" I can get lost in the search of... Continue Reading →

Double-minded trust {#Write31Days}

The book of Luke (Luke 1:5-25) begins with a story that I can relate to  about double-mindedness.  It is the story of a Jewish priest Zechariah and his wife Elizabeth and their quest for a baby in their old age.  From the story, it is apparent they had been praying to God for a child. One... Continue Reading →

Perfect Peace {#Write31Days}

Perfect Peace.  That is the only way I can explain the past ten months.  I never thought that I would be able to deal with the death of my mother, let alone stand in peace at her side as she passed.  My trust has been in God and God alone through this time. When my... Continue Reading →

Show me a sign {#Write31Days}

Tucked away in the Old testament book of Judges are three chapters that share the highlight reels of a Israeli judge name Gideon.  Gideon was from the smallest clan in Israel and when God called him, Gideon was threshing wheat in a winepress to hide his wheat from the Midianites who were ruling the land. Like many... Continue Reading →

Choices {#Write31Days}

I went to school to be a social worker, in hindsight I might have went to school to be a Christian counselor had I been steered that direction, but I don't regret the decision.  The great thing about being a social worker is that there are so many options.  The best thing about being a... Continue Reading →

Healing trust {#Write31Days}

When I was twenty, I lost my father to cancer.  I was distraught after his death because I had been praying for his healing.  I hadn't allowed myself to process his illness because I believed that God would heal my dad. That was about the time of the faith movement "Believe and receive" that is what... Continue Reading →

Faith Like This {#Write31Days}

When Jesus had finished saying all this to the people, he returned to Capernaum.  At that time the highly valued slave of a Roman officer was sick and near death. When the officer heard about Jesus, he sent some respected Jewish elders to ask him to come and heal his slave. So they earnestly begged Jesus to help... Continue Reading →

Song of Joy {#Write31Days}

 There are days when I walk around with a song in my heart, and literally burst our in song.  I find myself quietly signing a song as I go about my business.  At first I was unaware of it, until a Physician's Assistant pointed it out a few years back.  He commented on how joyful... Continue Reading →

Trees of Trust {#Write31Days}

I love the fall.  The next two weeks are suppose to be the peak season in our region for the foliage to come alive with the vibrant red, yellows and oranges.  The trees' leaves are slowly starting to change.  I am waiting with great anticipation for the weather to cooperate for a long motorcycle ride... Continue Reading →

Place of Safety {#Write31Days}

A friend recently told me that I needed a "safe person" in my life, someone I would feel comfortable talking with openly about anything.  In the natural, I know that this is true.  The truth is I do have and always have had that place of safety in my life. Trust comes hard when you... Continue Reading →

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