In my sobriety journey one of the issues I have been walking through is my struggle with vanity. As a kid, I got called ugly all the time by my peers, both boys and girls. It absolutely hurt me to my core. It wasn’t just once or twice, it was often and it was widespread.… Continue reading You are beautiful with or without makeup.
Have y’all ever been just going along with your life minding your own business and then POW something happens to trip you up, and then sin enters your life? Well, I have. The sin I struggle with the most often that just ambushes me like that is rage. I am sometimes just overtaken by an… Continue reading Be Angry, and in Your Anger Do Not Sin.
The prophecies of the bible are one of its greatest mysteries. Though many claim to understand them, it’s likely that few actually do. In Matthew chapter 13 the bible says of us, “Though seeing, they do not see, though hearing, they do not hear or understand.” The people tasked with interpreting biblical prophecies in Jesus’s… Continue reading How Not to be a Pharisee
God is referred to as a “fortress” 21 times in the bible. Once in Jeremiah, Isaiah and 2 Samuel, twice in Proverbs, and a whopping 16 times in Psalms. What does it mean that “God is my fortress”?
When it comes to driving, you may not know as much as you think.
A generous gesture put smiles on the faces of nurses in Central Texas last Friday when a man and a little girl delivered a very large order of cookies.
My plans are stones for me to stumble on in the path that God has laid out for me to walk.
Hunter Abrahamsen May 18, 2003 – January 21, 2021 Today we said goodbye to Hunter after more than 17 years. Eric and I started dating in March 2003, and he got Hunter in August of that same year. Hunter wasn’t your average puppy. He was flippin’ adorable, but not at all friendly or playful. At… Continue reading Saying Goodbye to Hunter
One of the most vexing parables recorded in the New Testament is the Parable of the Ten Virgins. Found in Matthew 25 and given as the answer to eschatological questions from the disciples, Jesus states: “At that time the kingdom of heaven will be like ten virgins who took their lamps and went out to meet the… Continue reading How Not to be a Foolish Virgin
One of my core childhood memories starts in my dad’s home office. He was working on something on the computer and really only paying half attention to me. I was complaining about something and I don’t recall exactly what pessimistic thing I said, what prediction of doom my 10 year old brain shared, but it… Continue reading Words Have Power