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In my current season of big changes, I’m learning to pray boldly.
This week I … (Read More…)
“Bring her into the hospital,” a nurse announced casually when my husband called concerned. Maybe we should have mentioned two babies were on the way, and my obstetrician had said: “when they come, it will be quick.”
I wept bitterly when we moved to the States from loneliness and missing my home.
I wept bitterly with the shock of a cancer diagnosis.
I wept bitterly when my child was taken seriously ill and I didn’t know what the outcome would be.
And often in those times, it’s not just the issue we face that is overwhelming, but other concerns and doubts rise to the … (Read More…)
I don’t like anyone telling me what to do. Of course, I don’t always go against their instruction. However, other times I do, even if it has the potential to get me in trouble.
I find some reassurance in my rebellion, because Jesus was not a rule-keeper either.
We see it most often in his clashes with the leaders of the Jewish law, the Pharisees.
He intimated at his plan for liberation at the beginning … (Read More…)