Unspoken Heart

Yesterday, as I sat praying for a dear friend, the words “unspoken heart” came to mind. After sharing them with her, I’ve been reflecting upon their significance in my own journey. Before turning my heart back to God two years ago, my heart had remained largely unspoken, shut tight, for twenty years. A wall had … More Unspoken Heart

He is Holding You

For all those who are grieving, despairing and fearful right now…something I wrote last year, full of God’s wonderful Word of Truth: A Journey Back Home   (Psalm 23, 62, 63, 94; Philippians 4: 7, John 6: 35-40; Zephaniah 3: 17; Jeremiah 31 : 3, John 15: 4-5 – The Message)   A little girl, … More He is Holding You

Expect Unique Gifts

This post has been written for Kate’s #FiveMinuteFriday prompt: expect Ephesians 4: 7 – 16 (The Message) 7-13 But that doesn’t mean you should all look and speak and act the same. Out of the generosity of Christ, each of us is given his own gift. The text for this is, He climbed the high mountain, … More Expect Unique Gifts

The (Un)Truth of Fear

This post is linked up to Carolina’s OpenMicMonday and Jennifer’s #TellHisStory: I’ve always referred to myself as a quiet person. But I’m realizing there’s a difference between being quiet and choosing quietness to avoid facing that which terrifies me. In retreating from Facebook for a short break, after having had my eyes opened to its eating … More The (Un)Truth of Fear

What I Wish Christians Knew About Caregiver PTSD: One Woman’s Journey through Caregiver PTSD

This post is linked up to Holly’s #TestimonyTuesday: Today, I’m guest posting on Anita and Carol’s blog, Blessed (but Stressed). They write to know that they are not alone- they hope you find that YOU are not alone, either.  The caregiver’s journey often seems interminable, lonely and uncontrollable.  There IS hope. Join them as they share … More What I Wish Christians Knew About Caregiver PTSD: One Woman’s Journey through Caregiver PTSD