Notes in a Jar

Notes in a Jar

As much as we say it’s not, life is made up of the little things. Several years back, my sister caught wind that New Year’s Eve was difficult for me. Maybe I wrote a blog about it, or I told her directly — I couldn’t remember. However, what I do...

A Father Who Holds Me

The thunder roared outside and frightened my little frame. I looked up to read my dad’s expression. I think he was enjoying the lightning show that God was putting on display. I leaned back into him, comforted by his encompassing and compassionate hold on me,...
But Do You Trust Me?

But Do You Trust Me?

Life can be scary — there’s no doubting that. How do we handle things that frighten us? Do we actually trust God? In the last six months, I feel like the Lord has placed me in circumstances that have nudged me to embrace uncomfortable situations. My initial reaction...
A Beggar at Heaven’s Gate

A Beggar at Heaven’s Gate

She stumbled to the gate, her soul broken and tattered. Her hands grasped for the gate as her knees collapsed, and they smacked the floor. She couldn’t speak. Her mouth was dry, her strength had faded, and her words had run out. Her feeble self, in contrast to...

How Could I Forget You?

I wrote this poem because I needed to remind myself of who God is and what my purpose is today, this week and the for rest of my life. I feel like I’ve been in an extended waiting period. I’ve done all that I know to do and now I need to wait. It’s tempting to try and...
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