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
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 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
Update - If you missed the panel, you can watch the video of it https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fthegoodbookcompanynorthamerica%2Fvideos%2F2129066863979511%2F&show_text=1&width=560">here. Will you be at The Gospel Coalition Women's Conference in Indianapolis or know someone who will? It's only one week away and we hope you’ll join us for our panel with these incredible women to talk about the hope we have… Continue reading Hope When It Hurts Panel on Suffering and the Hope of the Gospel
“Lord, I pray you will do a physical miracle in my wife, but if you choose not to, then work a spiritual miracle in me so that I can love her well until the end.” These were the words of Dr. Robertson McQuilkin, shortly after receiving his wife’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis. His response pierced my heart… Continue reading Married to Weakness – Loving Our Spouse Through Suffering
Hope When It Hurts Biblical reflections to help you grasp God's purpose in your suffering I had not finished reading the introduction to this book before I was making a mental list of friends that I knew would find it a balm to their weary hearts. Kristen and Sarah minister to fellow travelers on the… Continue reading Hope When It Hurts
As my husband and I drove home from our night out to celebrate my birthday, I laid my seat back in the car and wept. I had looked forward to this night away for days but, as usual, I found myself gritting my teeth in discomfort, trying to convince myself that I wasn’t feeling miserable.… Continue reading Where to turn when loneliness is overwhelming