• Vacations A Luxury or Status Quo

    Vacations: A Luxury or Status Quo

    The kids are out of school, the weather is getting warmer and your friends are starting to leave for the annual family vacation that they’ve been talking about for months. You’re both happy and sad at the same time. Happy that they’re getting to go …

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    Life Lessons I’m Learning From My Son

    Eight months ago the Lord blessed us with a special gift. Our son, Dalton, has forever changed our lives (probably in more ways than we’ll ever know). Since Dalton’s arrival, I’ve muddled through the waters of motherhood – this is the hardest job I’ve ever …

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    Stepping Out On The Limb

    Last year at this time I was swirling with the news of my surprise pregnancy. There were so many different emotions going through my head, but fear was definitely at the top of the list. I knew that the Lord had called me to this …

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    Stop Wishing The Time Away

    “If I can just make it until Dalton’s a couple years old when he’ll be able to tell me what’s going on and why he’s crying, I’ll be able to survive motherhood.” As soon as I shared those words with a family friend I was …

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  • Were Not Alone During Our Struggles

    We’re Not Alone During Our Struggles

    Dalton’s little face exuded joy every time he accomplished his new-found trick of rolling over. It was as if he was having his very own a-ha moment! He had rolled over the day before – multiple times, in fact – so there was no doubt …

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  • The Testing Of Our Faith

    The Testing Of Our Faith

    The moment I heard the familiar notes of the song, Oceans, float through the speakers, my heart began to worship. I’d heard this beautiful song a million times before, but each and every time I heard it playing it resonated with my heart. How could …

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  • Worrying My Problems Away

    Worrying My Problems Away

    It was the middle of the night and I was wide awake. I didn’t dare look at the clock because I didn’t want to know how much time I had left to sleep. I laid awake for what felt like hours listening to my precious …

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  • Life Lessons From A Professional Fisherman

    Life Lessons From A Professional Fisherman

    Within 15 minutes of meeting my husband, Trent, you’ll likely learn that he has a love for fishing. He fishes in a few tournaments a year, has a ton of gear, and even subscribes to a few fishing magazines. A few weeks ago I picked …

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  • A Simple Life Lesson From A Ginormous Zucchini

    A Simple Life Lesson From A Ginormous Zucchini

    A few days ago we pulled this ginormous zucchini from our garden! It’s quite obvious that we left it it on the plant too long! My first thought was that I’d be able to make some Zucchini Bread with it – yummo! But when I …

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  • 3 Keys To Help You Face Life's Terrifying Situations

    Three Keys To Help You Face Life’s Terrifying Situations

    Do you ever feel like the Lord’s calling you to do something that’s totally terrifying? A task or life situation that you have no idea how you’re going to get through it? Something that you’d rather run from than face? I’ve been there! In fact, …

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