(Click here for Part 1 and Part 2) . That your pain and sorrow will be turned to joy. This sounds like the best thing I’ve prayed for so far, right? Sounds good. Well, it is… eventually. The process of turning pain and sorrow into joy can be the worst. It’s a necessary process. Seeing… Continue reading you don’t want me to pray for you – part 3
What am I trying to be? Who do I want to be? What will being who I currently am bring me and those around me? What would it look like to be what I was made to be?
I have yet to say it out loud to someone, but I always think to myself when someone asks me to pray for something, “Are you sure you want me to pray for you?” This is because the way I will pray for you may not exactly line up with how you want to be… Continue reading on why you don’t want me to pray for you – part 1
Honestly, I had to take a good long look at my friendships in the past year or so. Having moved to a new place, new church, and no job outside of the home for the first time in my adult life, I felt alone. I had to be honest with myself. What am I really… Continue reading friendship is art
It’s funny how content we get, followed closely by discontent mixed with envy. We think it’s just life. The ups and downs. Shiny new things turn old and rusted. Everything falls apart. We get used to it. We grow up, older and wiser, thinking that we conquer our longings for bigger and better by… Continue reading every longing heart