My 3-year-old is playing a game on my iPad, and his brothers have come to watch. “I’m good at this game!” he announces confidently. With barely a pause between, the next words out of his mouth are a question: “Am I good at this game?”
Lately he likes to assert what he knows or what he imagines to be true and follow it very quickly with the question, “Right?” (“I’m 3, right? That’s a cat, right? It’s a sunny day, right?”) Continue reading Breaking the Chains: Insecurity
Reconciliation would have been more than enough.
We who were far away have been brought near. The door that was closed has been opened. You who could not tolerate us can now bring us in because we’ve been washed clean of our sin. That would have been more than enough.
But You love us so much that you want more. Continue reading Simple Prayer of Wonder & Gratitude
Today is my birthday, and I have decided to live as if no one is disappointed in me — not God, not my parents, not my husband, not my children, not my friends, not my extended family or in-laws, not my businesses associates. After 36 years, I am finally realizing that I must life free of the weight of others’ disappointment. Continue reading Breaking the Chains: Disappointment
You loved your baby fiercely
But you had to let her go.
The pain and grief that followed
No one else could ever know. Continue reading Letting Go