As Christians, we love to talk about love languages in marriage. We love to encourage spouses to speak the others love language, and sacrifice the way we naturally communicate love for the sake of making our spouse feel loved. Sacrifice is love, in marriage. You know the love languages, right? If not, a quick Google… Continue reading the 5 love languages don’t stop at marriage.
When I say "I love you most" It does not mean There is any Competition. It means, Out of the many Things I love - Friends, Family, Creating, Or even Self - No matter how Much I love them, No matter how Much I love me, I love you most.
Well, hello there, Thirty. They warned me about you... But you don't scare me. Truthfully, I've looked forward to meeting you with some degree of joy, but an overwhelming peace. It's like I've known you and felt you a long time, before I'd ever met you. So claiming you now, for myself, feels... right. It… Continue reading 30.
A while back, I was thinking about how skin works. It's amazing. It’s seriously the first line of defense against disease, or anything that might come against the body, period. And it’s constantly replenishing. We're always growing new cells and shedding the old, dead ones. We leave traces of skin cells everywhere with every touch...… Continue reading the skin I’m in.
Church today was extra special. We met off site as our building is going through some renovations. Last Sunday was the last time we'd meet in the sanctuary as it was, and the staff had planned something for us. Without knowing any of this, I woke up with a strong resolve to make sure I… Continue reading the chair has been pulled out for me.
im·pos·tor/imˈpästər/ noun noun: imposter a person who pretends to be someone else in order to deceive others, especially for fraudulent gain.The imposter syndrome is a psychological term referring to a pattern of behavior where people doubt their accomplishments and have a persistent, often internalized fear of being exposed as a fraud. Nothing in the world… Continue reading im·pos·tor.
I’ve been learning a lot from Jeff and Alyssa Bethke, and the initiative they jump started recently with Jeremy and April Pryor called "Family Teams." (@familyteams on Instagram) As our family has grown and expanded to include the boys, I love what they teach about the addition of siblings, and the language they use for… Continue reading establishing a Family Team and empowering our kids.