I enjoy learning about my faith and spending time in prayer in nature, in the chapel or in my prayer chair. Many years ago, my journey began when I was re-awakened in my faith when I asked God what my purpose was. He answered by setting me on fire and I have been journeying with Him since.
Why in the what
Are you going through the motions? Like your day is on autopilot? As the sun sets, you wonder what you actually did because each action followed another as if it were a movie reel playing from a skit that was… Read More ›
Abuse – 5 letters that shatter
According to statistics published by the CDC, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men will experience physical abuse. Fifty percent of women and men undergo emotional abuse in their lifetime. Astonishing numbers. Abuse is a part of many… Read More ›
Are you present? Presence is defined as “being with one or others or in the specified or understood place”. Swinging on the porch of a little cottage in Waco, TX, I wondered how present I’ve been lately as I listen… Read More ›
They that hope in the LORD will renew their strength, they will soar on eagles’ wings; They will run and not grow weary, walk and not grow faint. Isaiah 40:31 Ever notice something unique in nature that grabs your attention?… Read More ›
The flickering lattern
Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light for my path. Psalm 119:105 Do you experience pot holes along your journey? What if these little pot holes in our journey cause the light in our spirit to dim… Read More ›
What an imagination?
Today’s journey in the sea was quite interesting… a young princess, we will call her Meg, lost her crown in the ocean and had to live among the commoners. She had to fish and barter for oars, goggles, food and… Read More ›
Is Suffering a Gift?
“Don’t look for sufferings but do not refuse them. Value them as precious marks of favor that He bestows on you.” St. Sebastion Valfre How often have you opened a pretty package with a nice bow and found suffering nestled… Read More ›
Would the real God stand up?
Mid-afternoon, focused on a project at work, I receive a call. On the other line are tears. “Mom, I had an accident.” The fears, the adrenaline that rush through the body in a single second after hearing those words is… Read More ›
If we were having coffee right now, I would embrace you with a hug. I’m not sure if you need a hug but I know that I do. I know you would welcome my hug with love and compassion. That… Read More ›
Mercy: Finding Love Through a Journey in the Desert
I started this Lenten journey gung-ho. I was going to write each day as I journeyed through brokenness in the parched desert to finding love in anticipation of the ultimate example of love. Right out the gate of Lent, life… Read More ›