Tomorrow I am having a hysterectomy. You may have just read that sentence and thought “TMI”. You’re allowed to feel that way. And you’re allowed to stop reading. I hope you don’t, but I certainly won’t fault you. In turn, I hope you don’t fault me for stepping out and sharing this post courageously. It’s […]Read More Vulnerable
22 plus inches of snow is upon us here in New Hampshire. I know, I know. Some of you despise snow. This post is for you. This post is to remind you to be grateful and to choose joy. Always choose joy. So as we gear up for the storm here’s 22 things (one for […]Read More Let it Snow!
Thankful. Grateful. Blessed.Read More A Hope and a Future
I can still hear the worship flowing down the mountainside as we made the journey up to the highest point in Cabaret. Vision Church representing the city on a hill that could not be hidden. The vibrancy of the worship rings in my head as if I’m still there. A joyful expression of love and […]Read More Sunday: A Mother’s Heart
We arrived in Haiti full of anticipation, taking in each sight and sound. Off the plane smoke billowed in the distance. I thought for sure there was a house fire and instead learned they were burning trash. Upon moving through customs we experienced an aggressive baggage carousel where citizens literally peeled your bag from your […]Read More Saturday: Extraordinarily Ordinary.
About a week before we headed off to Haiti we began to experience great stress and challenges within our household. It became very clear to me that as a family we were under attack. The Enemy knew we were drawing closer to God and about to embark on a journey intended to make ourselves smaller […]Read More Turbulence
Preamble to Haiti blog series post-mission tripRead More Haiti: the Preamble