Tag: Strength

My Health Journey Update: Enough to Shout Some “Whoo Hoos!”

It makes me stand in awe…AND drop to my knees! The change has literally been SO drastic…SO rapid! If you weren’t walking this journey with me or know my God, you might get a bit big-eyed, wondering if all of this is for real!… Continue Reading “My Health Journey Update: Enough to Shout Some “Whoo Hoos!””

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”

Answered Prayers…and Prayers in the Waiting

Several times last week, I visibly saw the LORD answer my specific prayers…those numerous “smaller” questions to answers about big decisions we’ve been praying over for a while. My heart’s full!! “Come, hear, all you who fear God, and I recount what He did… Continue Reading “Answered Prayers…and Prayers in the Waiting”

How Do I Rise Like an Eagle?

If you’ve graduated high school, do you remember your class colors or motto? I remember our colors, but, sadly, not our motto. I DO remember our class verse, which we also picked out at a Christian school: “But those who wait for the LORD… Continue Reading “How Do I Rise Like an Eagle?”

Collision Course

Do you remember the post-deer-accident picture of my little Geo Prizm, shown in the “Wonder–An Additional Offering” post? Well, following that collision, my little car was, thankfully, repaired! One rainy Good Friday, several years later, I was driving that same car home, on my… Continue Reading “Collision Course”

Fear Not

Written by Guest Writer, Stacey Hill Michigan, USA; September 2000 We announced to our family that God had overwhelmingly showed us that the way He would expand our family was through an international adoption from the country of Ukraine. Our peace in this decision… Continue Reading “Fear Not”

Hold the Line

There were so many things to remember. It was the first time I’d gone downhill skiing. I was a kid and thought it was a good idea to start on the hill with the tow rope! Like anything new, it was a bit overwhelming… Continue Reading “Hold the Line”