For every Goliath, there is a stone…

"The Israelites saw the same giant that David saw - they just didn't see the giant the same way." - Tony Evans The giant had been out there all day, every day mocking the Israelites and worse than that, mocking their God. And yet, not one would go against the giant.  Did they like the … Continue reading For every Goliath, there is a stone…

Our journey home… (post #3, last one)

There is an old song that I absolutely love that says:   "Somebody's praying, I can feel it. Somebody's praying for me. Mighty hands are guiding me, to protect from what I can’t see. Lord, I believe, Lord, I believe…. Somebody's praying for me." Well that song certainly rings clear in mine and my family’s life. … Continue reading Our journey home… (post #3, last one)

Why God allows pain in our lives…

I've been talking with someone for a while now about why God allows pain and suffering in our lives.  They just can't understand why some people (some "good" people) have to endure so much hardships.  Which is a question that I think, at some point in time, we all have had.  My answer to this person was this:  God … Continue reading Why God allows pain in our lives…

Where do you turn for comfort…

What if you found yourself in a scary situation?  What if life as you knew it came crashing down around your feet?  Where would you turn?  Would you go to someone who could fix it and make it all better?  Who would that person be?  Who can fix all of our problems and handle all of our scary times?  … Continue reading Where do you turn for comfort…

He knows it’s scary to be us…

"He knows it's scary to be us" (Beth Moore) Yes, He sure does. Our youngest son came when our oldest son was 16, and our daughter was 11.  He was a surprise, and a blessing.  He has brought us so much joy.  When he was 6 months old, he was diagnosed with Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency, which means that … Continue reading He knows it’s scary to be us…

Our journey home (continued)…

This town called George... Well, we lived in that apartment for 6 months.  We had a year lease, but we just weren't apartment people.  So, after six months, we began rental house hunting.  I had prayed since moving to Georgetown that we could find a house to rent for a while instead of apartment living.  I was hesitant to … Continue reading Our journey home (continued)…