• Lies And The Loss Of Liberty

    As I was out with my children, I ran into one of my old Zumba instructors’ whose class I used to take at the YMCA. We weren’t friends but we recognized each other and began to talk. Her first question…

  • Jars of Clay

    Think about a clay jar. Fragile, easily broken yet molded and shaped to be exactly what the potter meant to create.

  • Spiritual Warfare On The Playground

    I held my baby on one hip as I looked up at my oldest daughter straining to meet me as she reached out her hand, groaning a fearful “M-o-m-m-y!” There she was, stuck in the enclosed playground at a local…

  • Finding Myself After Motherhood

    Before becoming a mother, I had interests and passions. The Lord had placed great dreams in my heart. Then I became a mom and it felt as if all of those things that made me, me went out the window.…

  • Why Passion Consumes Our Thoughts and Confuses Our Hearts

    I’ve found myself in this place of limbo. As a new mom I’ve felt thrust into a season of change that I didn’t expect, and I don’t think I really could have prepared for. During the last year I’ve wrestled…