For the love of them…or us?

I recently read a great article about Toms. The shoes. But more so the real purpose of the company. It's a great idea, right? You buy a pair of shoes and they will give a pair of shoes to kids who don't have them. I've seen kids with bare feet and gone on medical clinics…

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Clinically speaking…

I'm dealing with exhaustion, or exhaustion is dealing with me.No one knows why or what or how. I can't prove what I feel or show them my weakness. The one thing that is symptomatic about these spells is that my lymph nodes swell and I run a low fever. What can't be verified are the…

All out love

One of the most memorable stories in Heidi Baker's book, Compelled by Love, took place in London. I say ONE of the MOST memorable because the book is filled with amazing stories of faith and love and healing! But this story that I am about to relate...to use a phrase my college friend uses, rocked…

Poor is an Attitude

This year I have had the pleasure of being a mentor for the CWJC (Christian Women’s Job Corp) which is a ministry for women that want to better themselves by learning life skills, job skills, and having the training and education to take and pass their GEDs and ACTs. I fell in love with these…

Looking at scars

Scars. We don’t want them. We try our best to avoid them. To mend the cuts that leave them well enough that they are fine slivers of pink, barely acknowledging the pain that caused them. But, we manage to get them. And they serve as reminders, whether we want them to or not. I was…

Flipping Pages

Everyone has a story. We know that intrinsically. We are all working out of a story, His story in us. But hearing the stories of the girls in Guatemala, reminded me of the words that God was telling me, that He had rescued them…that they are His hidden treasures. Names have been changed to protect…