If you're new here, you may want to subscribe via email here or via my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!​I have had the opportunity to do several interviews recently. But I have to say meeting Rose was a highlight. Rose interviewed me for a school project. There is a kindness and grace to Rose that was beautifully evident in her life. She was dear and lovely young lady and her questions were thoughtful and unique. I’m so humbled that God could use me to inspire this young woman. After reading her words, you will see she’s a...

Here come the pictures… Or a portion of the precious pictures that captured our night. Words will one day follow. Tonight I’m in awe of love, of extending love, and Jesus who brings us all in….. I will never grasp all of the love that made tonight possible. I will wonder over this night until my last smiling breath. My hero Ellie and my Super hero...

Yesterday was my first day going to chemo with Kara. The day started out rough—the trouble sliding over from the day before. Kara posted this update on her personal Facebook page: Life is hard. She deserves to post that update a million times a day. But I can admit it’s hard to hear. I know that truth for her, but I don’t want to know that truth for her. Our Kara works hard to protect us. I don’t want her to. I want her to be able to say the truth. I just wish I had a...

Our fair morning is at hand, the day star is near the rising, and we are not many miles from home; what matters the ill entertainment in the smoky inns of this miserable life? We are not to stay here, and we will be dearly welcome to him whom we go to. ~ Samuel Rutherford Yesterday, this dear Corrie friend of mine arranged for me to speak to a group of women at Fort Carson. I tell you it was a sacred day to my heart. I will never forget it. I have had opportunity to speak...

I simply don’t have the right words to describe this week. I tire simply thinking of it. We have done bone crushing battle in our home this week, and we simply could not have done it without Mickey being here. We think (and kind of hope) that Jason had food poisoning. We only hope that, because it would mean it wouldn’t spread. But it was violent and it was scary. It landed my man in the hospital needing fluids resorted, and all of us humbled by seeing him passed out...

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