Sea of Galilee

From my journal 2/28/2020 Today we went to the sea of Galilee and rode a boat, to remind us of when Peter walked on the water and Jesus calmed the raging sea. Pastor Robby spoke that just because you're in a storm does not mean that Jesus is absent. It was a powerful time. I... Continue Reading →

Anything is Possible #Write28Days

When you are in the midst of brokenness, everything can feel impossible, especially change and healing.  When I was younger, I would often hear adults quote Henry Ford's  "Whether you think you can or you  think you can't, you're right."  There is some truth to that, because you aren't going to try to heal if... Continue Reading →

Anemoia #Write28Days

I was looking up synonyms for nostalgia and came across a word that I had never really heard before. In fact I couldn't find a definition in a dictionary other than the urban dictionary online, although many posts talked of anemoia.  Anemoia is nostalgia for a time you’ve never known. It can be fun for... Continue Reading →

Broken Relationships #Write28Days

There are relationships that most of us want to have in our life. Relationships with loving parents who accept us and are proud of who we are that give us a sense of belonging. Or a relationship with extended family grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins that give us a sense of connection with our heritage. Relationships... Continue Reading →

Surprise, Surprise! #Write28Days

I think the biggest surprise to me in my personal healing process has been that just when I think I healed in one area, suprise, suprise, I realize I'm not. I have realized that just as God takes us from faith to faith and glory to glory, He also takes us from level to level... Continue Reading →

It isn’t exact #write28days

I wish that healing was an exact science. Unlike most sciences, there is not a magic ratio to healing that given in the right dose, for the right amount of time in the right combination. It would be nice if it was that simple.If you knew that given a certain amount of the right medicine... Continue Reading →

Ponder This #Write28Days

  Ponder a verb meaning think about (something) carefully, especially before making a decision or reaching a conclusion. Many times, especially when I'm not at my best mentally because I am hurting and broken, I make poor decisions and reach wrong conclusions based on faulty information. How we think about ourself and our circumstances and... Continue Reading →

Experience #Write28Days

Why would God allow me to experience this?  I am often met with that question.  How a God who is suppose to be good, who is all knowing, and all powerful can permit all the evil that is allowed in the world.  It is so easy to want to put it on Him.  For a... Continue Reading →

Un-learn the learned #Write28Days

There are many lessons that we learn from being broken that as we are healing have to be unlearned. I have heard it quoted that research shows it takes 20 to 40 positives to overcome every negative thing we hear.  Most people are not broken by being encouraged and uplifted by others.  Instead there are... Continue Reading →

Explore the Word #Write28Days

The Bible is the living Word of God. In my own healing process, it has been the single best tool in my journey. Although I grew up memorizing scriptures and hearing the stories found in the Bible, it was only over the past two decades that I have learned that I can apply it to... Continue Reading →

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