As I hugged Dave goodbye, lingering in his embrace, the next 5 weeks without him loomed before me. I felt … Continue reading Never Alone
We recently made the long trek back to our home in Papua, Indonesia after a summer furlough in the States. … Continue reading The Right Tool for the Job
From time to time the little creature called grief decides to pay me a visit. His claws scratch sharply at … Continue reading For the Joy Set Before Me
All too soon it was time to return to Indonesia, which meant finding a place to do COVID-19 tests that … Continue reading Is Anything too Hard for the LORD? Continued…
Every year our family chooses a new “yearly verse” from the Bible. We memorize it and quote it to each … Continue reading Is Anything too Hard for the LORD?
“What do people mean when they say, ‘I am not afraid of God because I know He is good’? Have … Continue reading Is God Still Good?
Has your world been turned upside down lately? Mine has too! But, unlike any other time in recent history, so … Continue reading Walking with God through COVID-19
In my last post, I shared the story of the old Bendix washing machine by John Claypool. His message to … Continue reading I Can’t
In my last post, I talked about God’s reminder to me that C.J. was not mine, but His, and I … Continue reading The Road of Gratitude
A few months ago, my husband and I helped our son C.J. transition into college. We are missionaries who live … Continue reading He’s Not Yours