Tagged with Jesus

Guest Post – I Thought You Hated Me

Guest Post by Renee Fisher – I am humbled and excited to have Renee Fisher as a guest blogger this week. We “met” through iBelieve.com and have become friends over the last year. Renee inspires me as a writer and Christian woman. I am truly thankful for her friendship and, dare I say, unintentional mentorship. … Continue reading

Book Review – Shackled Lily by T.L. Gray

T.L. Gray contacted me in the summer about reviewing her 2nd book in the 3-part Winsor Series. If you missed my review on her first book “Shattered Rose”, please check it out here. One of the best features of a 3-part book series is that you get to learn more about these characters that you’ve … Continue reading

Somebody is Always Watching

I am from a town that is quiet and conservative. We wear green and gold on Sunday’s and say hello to strangers. We help our neighbors and speak kindly to one another. We are friends with people that have good values and respect for each other. As a Christian and wife, I try not to … Continue reading

Guest Post – Life Through God’s Design

Guest Post by Jenny Lorton – Allow me to introduce a reader with an incredible story. Jenny is a survivor and an inspiration. I hope that her story will inspire you to press on and be hopeful in the promises of our Lord and Savior. God bless you, Jenny. Thank you for sharing! —- For … Continue reading

Guest Post – Testimony of Prison

Guest Post by Kathy Eselhorst:  I met Kathy unofficially over email. She was grateful to read my post about a cousin serving time in prison. Kathy felt compelled to share her story. I hope that you find encouragement in her story. Though we all make mistakes, it’s important to know that we receive forgiveness through … Continue reading

Worship Style and the Church Masquerade

Every Sunday morning as a child, my parents led us into our Lutheran church and sent us off to Sunday school.  I remember the thick smell of jelly donuts and stale coffee that clung to the air in all the morning chatter.  My sister and I would twirl in our Sunday dresses and eagerly skip … Continue reading

How Do We Measure God’s Love?

Have you ever wondered… why do I say or do these things when I call myself a Christian? If we are honest, it’s tough to be a “good Christian” and, yes, sometimes it is really tough to trust God. But then again, what does that even mean? Can we even call ourselves “good”? I don’t always … Continue reading

Purpose in Prison

A few years ago, I received unexpected news that my cousin from Arizona (let’s call her Marie) was going to prison. Though we haven’t had a relationship in prior years, I was still saddened by the news. I don’t know the extent of her crime or how long she was sentenced – maybe it’s just part … Continue reading

My Battle with Endometriosis

“You have endometriosis,” said the doctor as I opened my eyes in a fog of morphine and pain. “I got all the adhesions and you should be feeling better soon.” I knew from an early age that something was very different with my body. At the age of 17, I started taking a contraceptive pill for … Continue reading