“Everything begins and ends in His hands, His good hands that can be trusted to hold us as much when we mourn as when we rejoice.” -Lisa Jo Baker, The Middle Matters I’m a very healthy person. Other than a weak stomach and a propensity to faint, I rarely have medical issues. Now, in the … Continue reading He Will Provide: The Kidney Stone Edition
“I still remember the days when I prayed for what I have now.” 🙏🏻 I’ve had lots of talks with God right here in this little adoration chapel. It is one of my favorite places anywhere. Maybe part of that is the tangible feeling of all the answered prayers. ❤️ Continue reading Answered Prayers
I recently wrote this article as part of the Our Rural Roots team with Progressive Farmer magazine. Continue reading Stop and Ride the Horses
It’s been a rough week. Maybe month. Or two. I’ve felt exhausted and overwhelmed and wondered if I’m doing anything right anywhere. Last night, one of the kids’ teachers posted this comment on my Facebook. Cue all the tears. 😭 It was the best reminder to me that the little things matter. Reading the Bible … Continue reading Nothing is Wasted
In the last three days, of three other moms have asked me, “How do you do it all so well?” My answer every single time is, “I don’t!” There are lots of things I don’t do. I don’t ever wear make up. I never iron. My inbox is absolutely out of control. My sink is … Continue reading I Don’t.
I love writing as part of the Our Rural Roots team for Progressive Farmer. This month, I’m sharing one of my favorite stories of my Gran. Continue reading One Dandy of a Scheme
I recently had the honor of going home and speaking at a high school graduation. I thought I would share my words here. I learned a lot in this town. Twenty-five years ago, I came to this school as a fourth grader. (I realize none of you high school students were even born then and now see me as a … Continue reading What This Town Taught You