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Let’s Get Real…

Funny, as I typed in the above title I misspelled “Real” as “Read”.  That could be a whole other post – the books I’ve read that guided me, encouraged me, challenged me, or… Continue reading

One Word – 2019

Matthew 5:16 (NASB) Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven. I have struggled to come… Continue reading

When Fear Faces God

Seven days before my dad’s surgery this summer, I wrote a story about my daughter and daddy’s surgery on Facebook.  Three days before his surgery I shared it here. Yesterday, September 19, my… Continue reading

My Word (and an update)

I’ve shared a couple of my older posts this weekend – one about being content and one about myself as a mother.  I promise, I’m not getting down on myself unnecessarily or lamenting… Continue reading

Ministering Through My Mess

Here We Go Again (take what?) I named my blog. It’s called Ministering Through My Mess. It’s a line I used back in the Spring when I spoke at my church’s Ladies Salad… Continue reading

I keep waiting for the sadness to come…

I’ve posted a lot on Facebook lately and suddenly felt like this post deserved to be on my blog.  I’ve missed writing and getting the opportunity to write about my Granny the past… Continue reading

A New Song

I’m going to admit right here that the one thing that I get frustrated about at our church is that, often, when they introduce a “new song” in worship, it isn’t new to… Continue reading

I Heart Faces Photo Challenge – Best Face of 2013

As I said before, I’m really getting into this photography thing.  And now, thanks to Kelle Hampton, I’ve discovered I Heart Faces.  Prepare for more photos, friends… Here is my entry for their… Continue reading

Photographs…

I want to be a photographer.  Not so badly that I hire a babysitter to go out and practice… Not so much that I carry my camera every where so that I can… Continue reading

One of us

If you know me, you won’t be surprised by the fact that I sing to my children at bedtime.  In the past six months, I’ve been using old hymns as well as our… Continue reading