Technology has made my life better. Remember when texting started to be popular in 2008? A lot of people thought it was horrible because it was a different way of communicating. I on the other hand couldn’t wait to turn 18 so I could get a phone. But in 2010 my parents heard about this … Continue reading How Dare I…
“Are you weary from the battle you’re fighting? Does it seem like the storm just won’t break? Is there a mountain in front of you that doubt says will never move and you wonder if God will make a way?” How many of you can relate to these questions asked in the first verse of … Continue reading There Was Never A Time
I just wanted to thank everyone for your encouragement and support in me writing a book. I haven’t told very many people about the new book idea I’ve been praying about, but I’ve decided to share this conversation with my writing friend, Anne Watson, so you can pray with me for the right direction to … Continue reading Another Way To Look At It…
On Tuesday, I was on Facebook mindlessly scrolling when, all of a sudden, three Memories from five years ago appeared on my News Feed. For you readers who aren’t on Facebook, I will explain. Facebook shows all the items you post on that day, and then every year on that date Facebook reminds you of … Continue reading How Much Do I Need A Savior?
These last few days I’ve been attending a Christian writing conference called the Declare conference. This year the theme was Get Your Hopes Up. Where do I even begin? I am undone. Overwhelmed. Inspired. But most of all I am hopeful about the future of the writing journey the Lord has me on. Honestly, I … Continue reading Get Your Hopes Up
Have you ever tried to prevent something from happening that you knew eventually would happen? I never plan on falling but I know eventually I will trip and fall–it’s just going to happen. I’ll never forget falling out of the car in the church parking lot when I was a kid and having to get … Continue reading When Life Trips You Up, Get Up and Keep On Going!
"You’re such a burden to your parents. You can’t even do anything with your life. You won’t ever drive. You’ll have to depend on someone else for the rest of your life, do you really want that?" Ten years ago, these were the lies the devil had permeated throughout my mind every day I would … Continue reading Love A Cheater With Suicidal Thoughts?
This past week my parents and I were at Silver Dollar City. My dad and I had been on a few roller coasters that morning, but when we got off this particular roller coaster there was a kind-looking gentleman just staring at me as I sat in my wheelchair drinking water. We all noticed that … Continue reading Why I Don’t Let the Stares Bother Me?
I understand there are real victims in the world and those people should get justice for the unjust acts they’ve gone through. But there are others who have a victim mentality. “A victim mentality is an acquired personality trait in which a person tends to recognize or consider themselves as a victim of the negative … Continue reading Not A Victim Of Dystonia 🙋🏻♀️
After listening twice to the late Elisabeth Elliot’s newest book, “Suffering Is Never For Nothing,” I was in awe at the rich and honest content. I had read “Through Gates of Splendor” years ago. This new book was compiled from a set of CDs of Elisabeth’s teachings on “Suffering Is Never For Nothing” by a … Continue reading Highlights From “Suffering Is Never For Nothing”