Imperfect Parents and Imperfect Prayers
August 9th, 2023
My husband and I became parents last year. Our daughter, Hope, is only 14 months old, but I already have a long list of ways I feel like we could’ve parented better–tweaking this sleep routine, displa...  Read More
Thirty-Something Dinnertimes
August 2nd, 2023
For his eleventh birthday, my son asked for a rock tumbler. It’s a little machine that transforms natural rocks into smooth gemstones. He’d already collected a few gems from various souvenir shops, bu...  Read More
Don't Look Down!
July 26th, 2023
I would prefer not to set myself in opposition to the Person who is the very reason for my existence, salvation, and eternity. But I do it. All the time. The claim that pride is the “greatest of all...  Read More
Faith That Submits
July 20th, 2023
I loved fishing with my dad as a kid. We would catch a ton of catfish and crappie in that 14’ flat bottom boat. One time when we finished fishing, we motored to the dock so I could get out and back th...  Read More
Rollers and Mirrors
July 12th, 2023
If someone tells you that cats are cleaner than dogs, don’t trust them. That’s a Cat Person. Growing up we had two and they shed everywhere. My whole life I walked around with hair stuck to my clothes...  Read More
Taming the Tongue at Home
July 5th, 2023
If you spoke to me after a Sunday service, or texted me to meet for coffee, or ran into me at the grocery store, you might be fooled into thinking that I’m quite far along in my journey of “taming the...  Read More

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