Tag: Heart

Words and Hearts: On a Cliff Edge or Plummeting Down the Mountain?

It was nearing the end of the season. A snow storm was coming toward California, and the time was now. Alex Honnold (Free Solo climber and the first person to climb Yosemite’s El Capitan without a safety rope) and Emily Harrington (five-time US Sport-Climbing… Continue Reading “Words and Hearts: On a Cliff Edge or Plummeting Down the Mountain?”

Grumbling: A Heart Issue

It’s usually associated with mumbling under our breath, disgruntled words or sounds, and a sense of visible (and, I’d say, audible) displeasure. I’ve been before the LORD the last couple weeks with this topic (check out the last post for more), and He’s pressing… Continue Reading “Grumbling: A Heart Issue”

“I Sing”

As I was cleaning, I found it. I wrote it three years ago, yet I teared up as I read it, again, feeling like it’s still my anthem! I remember, at the time, the stuff with my health felt weighty, and the Spirit moved… Continue Reading ““I Sing””

Clogged Paths, Healing, and Renewal

Before you call me a freak, let me explain. Many of you know my health journey. For those of you who don’t, here are some of my “thorns:” In mid January this year (a month and a half after having Covid), my health took… Continue Reading “Clogged Paths, Healing, and Renewal”

Internal Walk-Through

Buying a home can be stressful, yet exciting! This was, again, evident, as I listened to a Kelly Minter pod cast (one of her Cultivate episodes) the other day; in that episode, she told a story about her aunt and uncle moving into town… Continue Reading “Internal Walk-Through”

Practical Parenting Tips for Discipling Kiddos–Part 2

I said I’d take her to the store that day to look for jeans. When it was nearing time to go, I checked in to make sure she’d gotten her homework and job done (some people call them “chores,” but we call them “jobs,”… Continue Reading “Practical Parenting Tips for Discipling Kiddos–Part 2”

Practical Parenting Tips for Discipling Kiddos

Parenting…It feels like a constant chess game, doesn’t it? Over the years, my husband and I have approached parenting many different ways. One way has worked with one kid, but not another; so, we’ve had to “re-strategize.” Each child has moved into different phases… Continue Reading “Practical Parenting Tips for Discipling Kiddos”