If you didn't get a chance to listen to the Journeywomen Podcast, I hope you'll check it out. Below you'll find the details of what we talked about and a link to listen in. Thanks for listening! ~~~ Link to Interview HERE On today’s episode of the Journeywomen podcast, I’m chatting with Sarah Walton on… Continue reading Journeywomen Podcast – Hope When It Hurts, Ep.73
It’s so comforting to know that God is working all things for our good, isn’t it? That is, until we realize that his idea of good is often very different than our own. We’ve all experienced this at some point. Perhaps we have prayed for something, only to receive the very opposite of what we’ve… Continue reading Does God Really Want What’s Best For Me?
I can't thank you enough for following and reading Setapart.net over the past few years (or maybe days)! It has been a joy and privilege to share the hope of the gospel and how it impacts every part of our lives - including our suffering. Because I'm making some changes, I wanted to let you… Continue reading Same Sight, New Look!
I sat quietly, listening as each family went around and shared stories about their lives. Children with Autism, Down Syndrome, ADHD, paralysis, behavioral disorders and undiagnosed but devastating symptoms. Each family had a story — a heartbreaking, but beautiful, story. I tried to give my full attention to each speaker, since this was our first… Continue reading The Comfort of Christ
I can’t live like this anymore!” I cried through sobs. “I just want to die!” I sat on my bed and tried to make sense of what was going on inside. I was tired of the chronic pain, the frequent bouts of illness, and the weariness of dealing with my kids’ struggles. But what broke… Continue reading Trapped in My Own Mind – Three Lies Depression Loves
We sat in the doctor’s office, exhausted by the constant struggles with our son, only to hear the doctor say, “I think you just need to give him more to do.” I don’t know if he could actually see the steam coming out of my ears and the tears building up, but I couldn’t believe… Continue reading When Words of Comfort Feel More Like Salt in a Wound
It had been over an hour. I stood there, holding the door shut to my son's room while he raged on the other side from a yet to be diagnosed disorder, which has dominated our lives for years. My sometimes sweet, funny, determined little 7 year old is now experiencing a battle waging inside of him.… Continue reading Faith Through The Storm