After a long day of work, I was scrolling through my newsfeed on Facebook before bed (horrible habit, I know) and stumbled across the story of RaDonda Vaught. Maybe you're familiar with her, maybe you're not. In case you're not, here's the exact video that piqued my interest by Z Dogg, MD, a video/blogger physician:… Continue reading A Deadly Mistake: Thoughts on the Criminal Charges Against RaDonda Vaught
Years ago, I ran across a book called The Cloud of Unknowing, which (fittingly enough!) was written by an unknown author in the 14th century. It basically talked about how life on earth is nothing certain and how we must be content with unknowing, instead loving and trusting the Lord. I probably need to pick this book… Continue reading Walking in the Fog
"You would have loved her. Everyone did."
My first and second editions were fun, so I thought I'd review some of my reads again! Enjoy!
I want to come home. I want to see goodness where I feel bitterness. I want joy where I feel pain. I want peace where I feel uncertainty. I want to belong where I feel disconnected. As hard and humbling as it will be, I want to come home.
I pray like an adult with a bulleted agenda instead of like a child who just wants to sit with her father.
And behold, Elizabeth, your relative, has also conceived a son in her old age, and this is the sixth month for her who was called barren.