Waiting is Hard

Waiting is Hard

Waiting is hard. Sometimes, waiting on God is incredibly hard. Waiting can feel like a giant roller coaster of faith—some days it’s exciting, some days it’s terrifying, and others you want to get off the ride.  Over the past few months, I’ve seen friends move out of the waiting season and into receiving their promises. Mind you,…

John the Baptist

John the Baptist

John the Baptist was written by Candid Gal, Valerie Riese We fall in love with the Bible characters to whom we most relate. We inherit their struggles and adopt their hopes as our own, even though the Bible gives us just a keyhole peek of their most candid moment before the Savior. So, we wonder,…

Fix Your Eyes and Run

Fix Your Eyes and Run

Fix Your Eyes and Run is a guest post by Hali Arbes I ran around my yard barefoot as a kid growing up in the hills of Tennessee. My legs would get covered in mosquito bites and the humidity frizzed out my hair. I’d spend hours outside with my brothers playing games and exploring. It…

How to Forgive Yourself After an Abortion

How to Forgive Yourself After an Abortion

How to Forgive Yourself After an Abortion is a guest post written by Erica Wyatt The fear that permeated through my body was indescribable. I never knew that one person could feel so many emotions all at once. I was disgusted, afraid, anxious, confused and most of all downright angry. I was angry at myself…

Fearful Living

Fearful Living

I have an old houseplant, a golden pothos, that’s at least 15 years old, perhaps much older. Back in 2009 when we moved in to help my husband’s grandparents in their old age, Grandpa D had been caring for the plant for I don’t know how long. Back then it was big, bushy, with long…