Kids and comfort zones

Being a parent, I am consistenly floored at the way God uses my children to speak to me. Another one of those beautiful instances happened not long ago. We are in the midst of training a worrier. She’s incredible. I wish she could see the greatness I see when I look at her. She’s smart, witty, … Continue reading Kids and comfort zones

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God works, are you willing to see?

Self reflection is wonderfully important. I haven’t always seen it as such. It’s a learned habit - a forced pause, a way of creating a breath, a moment to seemingly step out of the now to survey the world as it is.  I crave these moments. For me, they happen in the morning as I … Continue reading God works, are you willing to see?

What to do when you don’t want God’s plan.

Self-Love is it instinct, or is it learned? What image comes to mind when you think of self-love? The importance of loving yourself is magnified by popular culture in its emphasis that we must learn to do it. 1)      Thinking on that emphasis - how would you define self-love? 2)      What are your thoughts when … Continue reading What to do when you don’t want God’s plan.