Pointing out that someone is drowning is good. Diving in to rescue them is better.
Know that on the hardest of days when you lack the strength to make it to bedtime, you are not alone.Read more "An Open Letter To Foster Parents"
Like the best of friends, God’s not afraid of our pain and anger. If I’m hurting, it’s OK to cry out to God. In fact, just like Job, God may use that opportunity to remind me of just how big He is and how capable He is of providing for me.Read more "The Despair of Job"
We jokingly refer to our house as “The Southern Comfort Inn”, which is a play on words because we both really enjoy a good glass of SoCo, but also have a somewhat open door policy at home. All are welcome around our dinner table and the guest room will always be ready for you should you ever need it.Read more "I’ve Got This Hope"
If you only knew, what would you do?Read more "If You Only Knew"
It is in these moments though that we can personify Christ’s constant and healing Love in the same way that those in the stories above witnessed, and in the way that we all deserve.Read more "Honest Healing"
It’s only when we decide to say yes; to wade into that overwhelming river current and wait on God that we experience the power of community and the promise of God. It’s in these moments when we are able to speak life into an otherwise dying situation that we witness the life giving power of a loving Father. Saying “yes” is how we choose to Love.Read more "Crossing the River"