Category Archives: Suffering

A Letter to My Suicidal Self

In light of last week’s suicide of 2 celebrities, Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, my heart grieves for the families and friends left behind. I fear for others who may be on the brink of suicide and am compelled to … Continue reading

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Waiting With God

Isaiah 30:18 – The Lord longs to be gracious to you; he rises to show compassion. The Lord is a God of justice. Blessed are all who wait for him!   Waiting is a lonely place. It can feel as … Continue reading

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Bring on the Rain

We’ve had lots of rain in Georgia this winter and spring. I’ve missed sunshine, but I know we need the rain to recover from last year’s drought. Our fruit trees and berry bushes will produce plenty in its season because … Continue reading

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God Writes Your Story

The author of life is still writing your story. Don’t give up just because the script is different than you anticipated. I love good endings to every book. When good overcomes evil and all as it should be, my heart … Continue reading

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Faith in What We Don’t See

It’s eleven o’clock Thursday night. I should be snuggled in bed. Instead, I’m trying to think up the right words and remember the perfect story to encourage you towards faith in Jesus. The truth is, I’m writing this for me … Continue reading

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God! Where Are You?

It is a Friday afternoon in late October, damp and chilly to the bones. I’m enjoying a brisk walk to the doctor’s office from work for my first ever prenatal visit. I am eager and anxious. How weird to think … Continue reading

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