Suddenly it didn’t matter if that baby was going to sleep in a laundry basket, a crib, or a box. She was here in all her purity and innocence and our family was richer for her birth. She came home from the hospital Christmas Eve and no Christmas gift has equaled her since.
But faithful people continue to act. You are making good things happen in your life and the lives of others. You are facilitating miracles--maybe not the ones you think SHOULD be happening, but as long as you are moving forward, you can rest assured that God has not abandoned you.
"I don't know what dark plan lies within you. Nor do I know by what design we were asked to live without each other these 16 years. But God has offered us a new beginning...don't slap His hand away."
Growing up, the greatest desire of my heart was to be married and have a large family. My husband and I couldn't wait to begin our family! Things didn’t work out like we hoped they would. We struggled for years with infertility. After months, then years of disappointment, I could so relate to Rachel in … Continue reading Give Me Children, or Else I Die!
It never fails. Whenever I step into the shower, begin cooking dinner, or turn the ignition on my car, my cell phone rings. It is comical how my dad always seems to call at the most inconvenient, busiest time of the day. But when I think about my sweet dad and his penchant for phone … Continue reading Fathers
Needs and challenges will arise for us each day. When we remember Jesus Christ and turn to Him regularly, we can better face the trials as they come. We can remember to look to the source of our deliverance, and recognize the manna that daily showers down from heaven.