Learning About Friendship in Times of Waiting.

We all experience good days as well as bad. This day definitely qualified for the good category. One thing I had come to realize since being on my own was how isolated I had become from healthy friendships – especially friendships with women. Because I had lost sight of my intrinsic value in Christ, I had placed my […]

Continue Reading →

Leave a Comment

Learning True Love in Times of Waiting

 by Cindy Hester I felt the autumn breeze upon my face And watched my parent’s sweet embrace Their love had stood the test of time Love at its finest hour, sublime They honored one another’s heart They stood together, not apart Yet free their souls to grow and learn As independent cogs do turn Within a jeweler’s watch of […]

Continue Reading →

2 Comments

Learning to be Yourself in Times of Waiting

I still don’t understand it Lord. I tried so hard to be who he wanted me to be. I tried to look pretty. I tried to love unconditionally. I don’t get it. It was never enough. It hurt whenever  I was compared to others. I didn’t understand why he felt he had to do things […]

Continue Reading →

Leave a Comment

Abundant Joy in Times of Waiting

The room was small and filled with only a couple of filing cabinets and a desk. I signed my name on the check with a mixture of nervousness and excitement. The woman sitting across the desk from me looked to be in her mid fifties. She seemed pleasant enough, but the routine manner in which she […]

Continue Reading →

Leave a Comment

Compassion in Times of Waiting

I hugged my son goodnight. As I turned to walk from the room, he gently grabbed my wrist. “Mom, what do we do if something goes wrong?” My kids had witnessed way too much to be unaware of their Dad’s state of mind. I swallowed back the fear threatening to overtake my words and tried to reassure him as […]

Continue Reading →

2 Comments

Fearfully Waiting

I wanted so desperately to grab my children and run. Angry threats continued as he cocked the revolver and raised it to his head. I turned to move away. He slowly began counting then yelled, “walk out of that door, and I’m pulling the trigger.” In horror and disbelief I froze. My soul silently screamed, for God to give […]

Continue Reading →

1 Comments


Hold to the Road

Where raising boys is one adventure after another

rootedandreachingdotcom

Rooted in the Word, Reaching for the World

wrongwithlife

The immeasurable terrors of her mind...

joeseeberblog

This WordPress.com site is the cat’s pajamas

lifefromthelighthouse

Insights from a Watchman on Alert

cinderellascorner

A fine WordPress.com site

Weekly Art Assignment

Encouragement for God's Ladies in Waiting of all Ages at all Stages

Pittypat's Reborn Nursery

Encouragement for God's Ladies in Waiting of all Ages at all Stages

RAMSAY GRACE

Encouragement for God's Ladies in Waiting of all Ages at all Stages

hannah

from the Hebrew name חַנָּה, meaning "favor, grace"

That Twenty Something

Navigating the journey through life as a college drop out, missionary, sojourner, and woman in her twenties