Just like a spider’s web, the web of sin and darkness is complicated.
“I think this will help me conquer my fear of roller coasters.” I sure hoped so, otherwise this might be our last amusement park visit as a family.
Fear is a funny thing. Well, not actually funny, but you know what I mean. Fear comes in all shapes and sizes; it affects young and old and everyone in-between. … Continue reading How to Walk on Water
I don’t know why that was such a big deal. I just wanted them to have some lemonade.
“Why are there so many Lisa’s at church, mommy? What’s so important about the name Lisa anyway?” My youngest son seemed genuinely confused and curious one night as we counted … Continue reading Everyone Needs a L.I.S.A.
“Hospital emergency! Hospital emergency!” My 10-year old was running through the house yelling and found me in the kitchen.
My son loves using exclamation points. Sorry, let me say that again. My son LOVES using exclamation points! I’ve tried explaining that it’s improper grammar to use exclamation points at … Continue reading Hashtag Exclamation Point
I know what you’re thinking. Tweezers, right? Well, not so fast. Sometimes it’s not that easy. I was at a church event when it happened. A tiny piece of wood … Continue reading How to Remove a Splinter
We are never more like Jesus than when we are under the weight of suffering.
You can hear all kinds of sounds in the forest. My family and I were just in the mountains of Colorado, where the peaks are shrouded in blankets of Christmas … Continue reading The Greatest Show and Tell on Earth
I was having a bad day. Nothing was going right. I ended up in tears over silly pieces of technology wreaking havoc on my ability to work. I sent out … Continue reading Dog Days of Summer
At our house, the 4th of July is known as “Firework Day”. It was coined by our boys before they were old enough to understand the meaning of a birthday … Continue reading Firework Day