When I was little and would get scared and tell my mom her response was always, "You are safe, the blood of Jesus is covering you." That was comforting to me and I would always make sure to tell the monsters under my bed that they couldn't harm me because the blood of Jesus was … Continue reading In the Quiet
"Orphans are easier to ignore before you know their names. They are easier to ignore before you see their faces. It is easier to pretend they're not real before you hold them in your arms. But once you do everything changes.” - David Platt On the daily afternoon walks with the toddlers. A HUGE chunk of … Continue reading Where the Lions Roar and the Water-buffalos Roam
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"For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do." -Ephesians 2:10 What inspires you? What sets your heart aflame? There are a few things that I thought did it for me… Reading a good book, nature, and a well written poem or … Continue reading Heart on Fire
Top of Mirror Lake Trail overlooking the frozen lake. On Breck's and my last hike up Mirror Lake we discussed how many times we had climbed this trail, we take everyone that visits us here because it's just so dang beautiful, we realized we have climbed Mirror Lake Trail five times in the span of … Continue reading Mirror Lake Trail
Worth the wait but instead you are worrying the whole time. I was talking to my mom the day my book came out for purchase or when I realized it came out for purchase and I told her how I was giving it all to God and was just going to relax. She then responded … Continue reading Worry the Wait
On Sundays at my house, after we go to church, we go to Walmart or Fred's and pick up a juicy fresh rotisserie chicken for lunch… Sometimes though they are sold out and we don't get to enjoy the renaissance age in our own home. I have loved the idea of being able to cook … Continue reading Oven Roasted Chicken
My first book is out for purchase today! Which got me thinking...
My mom has made this recipe for years and what makes her recipe unique is that she blends the tomatoes to please the picky eaters in our family. Which makes her soup a little thicker than the normal chicken soup, I love it this way. I have added a few things here and there but … Continue reading Mama’s Chicken Tortilla