Monthly Archives: March 2015

Fresh, Not Frozen

When the dark days came the first time, I stopped cooking. I was nearly 30, I had four very young children, and a husband who was battling demons that nearly took him out of the picture entirely. Chicken casserole gave … Continue reading

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When Jesus Was Dead

We like to remember the resurrection. But are we forgetting that there was a time when Jesus was dead? Continue reading

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The Lost Boys

Remembering the two sons who aren’t here with us. Continue reading

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A Strong Faith

We’re often told that trails can make our faith stronger, but what does that strong faith look like? Continue reading

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#OneWord365 Update: Finding Me

Finding your voice when you’re ashamed of your identity can be difficult. Continue reading

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