From May of 2016 through May of 2017 I served as one of five members on the Senior Pastor Search Team for Mount Zion Baptist Church (MZBC) in Huntsville, Alabama. Each of the five of us has an independent, unique testimony of God leading us to whom we believe to be His next shepherd for MZBC. This is my … Continue reading Great is His Faithfulness
I have the privilege of being the wife of my best friend, and mother to four precious daughters, each with beautiful hearts. I started this blog in 2009, blessed to be a stay at home mother to my girls. At that time I had been hand journaling my walk with the Lord for years. Within … Continue reading About
“Come and hear, all who fear God, And I will tell of what He has done for my soul.” Psalm 66:16 [NASB] I’ve not written much lately for a variety of reasons, but one of the primary reasons has been a fear of becoming a clanging cymbal, repeatedly saying the same thing over and over. The … Continue reading Keep Crying Out and Testifying
Last week was exceedingly discouraging. We had been praying about a particularly painful trial, asking the Lord to spare us from walking through it, but instead received notification that we will be required to walk through it. The weight of the impending holidays was already upon us, Thanksgiving, Sarah’s birthday and then Christmas. A painful … Continue reading Be of Good Courage
“The voice of the LORD is upon the waters; The God of glory thunders, The LORD is over many waters. The voice of the LORD is powerful, The voice of the LORD is majestic.” Psalm 29:3-4 [NASB] “The voice of the LORD is upon the waters; The God of glory thunders.” Profoundly meaningful words as … Continue reading “The Voice of the Lord in the Storm”
Some of the greatest enemies of revival and a fruitful Christian life are pride and unforgiveness, both of which frequently result in division. They seem to be favorite tools of the enemy to thwart the people of God from living lives fully surrendered to Him, passionately pursuing Him and effectively serving Him. Our family has … Continue reading Forgiveness, Unity and Revival
With a great deal of trepidation I am going to allow access to the darkest crevice of my mind. It’s an area I have vigilantly tried to avoid since June 8th, 2017, to no avail. What if? What if we had not allowed Sarah to sign up for the mission trip to Botswana? What if … Continue reading What if?