Blogs for the Broken
God’s lovingkindness and faithfulness come into question with the tragedies many face. If it’s good to thank and praise Him, how can we when struggles are so overwhelming?
Lost and broken, we are in need of peace. When life is difficult and we’re weary, hope seems to elude us? Are we being scammed or sold lost hope? Is peace even possible?
It’s brilliant, the colors produced by frost, but this is July. Just like our lives, seasons have expected goals, yet change disrupts. Is the peace of heaven your goal?
Is friendship essential to the soul? The word essential indicates something vital, fundamental, a lifeblood, or a necessity. Does this describe what a friend should be?
In a moment life changes. That’s all it takes, a moment really. An accident, news from afar, a secret brought to light. Many things can happen that alter the course of life forever, leaving us derailed by tragedy.
Entrusting our children to God can be difficult but rewarding. He is powerful and uses His influence to bring about His will. Allow Him the same in your children’s lives.
My husband, Chris, and I have been married thirteen years today. A couple years ago, I wrote about our life and thought it fitting to share here today. Click and enjoy.
Today I celebrate the second anniversary of The Truth Will Set You Free, my third Christian fiction novel. May it encourage many who have lost hope. Christ is the Truth.
God, why have You forsaken me? A question many of us ask. Life is difficult. You are never alone. Christ died, tearing the veil of separation between God and His children.
Today’s the second anniversary of my second children’s book, Raindrops and Snowflakes. It’s a story of question, blessings, and the peace that comes from trusting God’s will.