simple truths to walk in wonder rather than wallowing in worry You pee on the stick and your heart races. The 5 minutes seems like hours as you pace back and forth, waiting for the timer to ding. You rush into the bathroom to check…and the two pink lines are only the beginning of the “pregnanxiety.”…
A poem written out of overwhelm with the Father’s provisions, both perceived and unnoticed
Every blessing from above,
Poured out from the Father’s love,
Perfect, good, and true;
From the roof over my head,
To the needed daily bread,
All gifts come from You;
No blade of grass nor flower,
Springs up outside Your power,
You make all…
“You may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light.” 1 Peter 2:9 NKJV
Perhaps it was partially due to the new Star Wars movie hitting the big screen, but in the dwindling days of 2015, the dichotomy between light and dark was…
We all know that one person that hates music…wait what? No we don’t! Music is a silver thread of words and rhythm that flows between the tapestries of generations and is completely interwoven with the human condition.
That being said, I have a confession: I have a love-hate relationship with…
I have written quite a few words since turning the final page of Falling Free; none of them particularly about the book, but all of them shaped by it. Falling Free met me mid-free fall, an upward draft in sync with my life’s ostensible downward spiral.
This book will did not leave…
A poem of mourning written the day we were supposed to leave for our honeymoon to Kauai
High sky descends to low ground,
Leafs frolic as rains pound,
Lofty trees submerged in Gray.
World bereft of rhythm,
Reveals internal schism,
My faith begins to sway.
Our perfect plans of sunshine fail,
Water floods this dismal vale,
Not supposed to be this way.