Another one was gone. My family fosters children. We don’t necessarily do it to adopt. But to be the in between home. The home that children, when taken from horrible situations came to recover, learn about Jesus, and be loved. Continue reading “Another Child Gone (Foster Care)”
Well, number one, I want to encourage all of you and tell you what I have learned. But secondly, I want to be able to look back on this post and see all that God was currently teaching me. Because it is a lot. And it is not comfortable.
A Wonderful Poem that Fits The Too Comfortable Blog’s Mission Perfectly!
It’s week nineteen of 100 Word Wednesday, and here is the photo and my response. 🙂 If you’d like to join in, just click the link! 😉
Photo By William Stitt
I’m waiting for the crowds,
The goal was to evangelize;
Spread the Gospel aloud,
But only to quickly realize…
I’m afraid; I cannot speak
What am I supposed to say and do?
It’ll come out like a squeak.
Looks like my attempt is through…
The streets are filled, but I’m ignored,
Terrified; I can’t do this alone!
What do I do, My Lord, I implore!
“Child, you aren’t on your own…”
Once I sat on the bench, dejected;
Now I’m no longer filled with fear!
I declare His Word – but they’re rejected,
Pearls before swine – I move on from here.
I have been nominated for the Awesome Blogger Award by the amazing Allen R. Kive!!! Thank you! 🙂
Everything in my life is currently changing. I graduate high school in a few days. Although it is a day I am and have been looking forward to for years, I am nervous beyond belief. Along with all the excitement comes deadlines and change.
Mom. ❤ Such a simple word with such a huge meaning.
You are the life that I came from.
There seems to be a disconnect.
A disconnect between our theology and how we live.
It’s Saturday morning. Rainy and chilly, I tiptoe across the living room carpet, coffee in hand, hair thrown haphazardly into a messy bun. I breathe. After a week of running fast and hard, it’s finally quiet. No more hustle. Just me. It’s a refreshing change of pace, but I find my mind spinning […]
Oh, my goodness it’s here again! The dreaded week where we study all day and all night. We take tests with our eyes wide open by the snap of the caffeine in the coffee. Our hands shake with nervousness as we realize the weight of the tests we are taking. Although they are probably not as weighty as we make them out to be 😉