For the childless wife, Mother’s Day can be excruciating. All the flowers and cards and well wishes for very deserving women in churches and restaurants and homes all across America serve as one more reminder that those of us longing for children are yet again on the outside. It’s not an easy day for me. … More Childless Mother’s Day
Recently my husband and I went on vacation for a few days in Prague. I know – Prague. But we live overseas so we can find super cheap flights. Anyway, while there, my wonderful husband treated me to a beautiful concert at St. Nicholas Church – a church made famous because Mozart played there. Amazing.
Recently I visited an ancient mosque. It’s something I do as often as I can. I like to pray on mosques. Weird, I know, but there’s something about calling out the name of Jesus in the middle of a place that denies his deity that makes my heart sing. Some of my best conversations about … More Apologetics or Trusting?
I live in a dirty place. You can’t imagine the dirt I deal with on a daily basis. When it “rains” it’s really just mud drops falling from the sky. And I walk most places. (Traffic is horrific in this mega-city, so it’s usually faster just to walk.) Through dirt, dust and weird mud puddles … More Cleansing
Usually this scripture is used to talk about having lots of children. So it’s one I avoid reading since having biological children will only be possible through a true miracle of God. But I do believe that scripture holds meaning for us. And God shined a different light on this passage for me. I hope … More Dominion Over Everything, Even Food