The past 6 years for us have been one step of faith after the other as we have believed for conception, pregnancy and babies. Some days, the steps of faith seem like bigger things, like painting our nursery. But other days, the faith is as...

Have you ever thought about who from the Bible you want to meet when you enter into heaven? I have a long list, but one of those people is Paul. I love Paul. Why? Because he faced unimaginable circumstances, yet his attitude throughout all his...

Yesterday wasn't the best day. Actually, let me take it back to Wednesday night. But before I share about Wednesday night, let me first remind you of something. Colby and I have been believing for babies for just under 6 years. 6 years of praying and...

I know, the title of this post probably doesn't sound like the most cheery post for the holiday season. But it's a post that I have wanted to write for quite a while now. Over the past few years, I have written on similar topics: it's...

If you are in a trial and facing a difficult situation you might consider yourself cursed. Perhaps unlucky. Maybe you think life is completely unfair. But you know what James 1:12 says? "Blessed is a man who perseveres under trial; for once he has been...

I had dinner with a friend the other night and as I was sharing a story she reminded me that God uses everything. The pain. The tears. The heartache. The sickness. The loss. The bad news. The hard day. It's all for something. All of it. Sure enough...

I don't love learning. That might sound strange, but it's not something that comes easy to me. I was so glad to be finished with school and get my degree. The thought was never on my mind to pursue a master's degree and more schooling...

We all have struggles in our life that cause us heartache, pain, grief, sorrow or frustration. It can look different for everyone. Infertility. Cancer. A difficult relationship. Medical problems. Paul, in scripture, also faced difficulty, which was referenced as a "thorn in his flesh." 2 Corinthians...

"Jesus did not come to explain away suffering or remove it. He came to fill it with his presence." Paul Claudel Suffering is a topic that is near to my heart and one that I have not only addressed many times on this blog, but one that...