I coined the phrase “zero to funeral." I’m such a worrier at times that if I can’t get in touch with my husband or kids, my mind starts running through all the possible scenarios of what could possibly have gone wrong. This sometimes leads to “worst case scenario” where I’m picking out the casket and … Continue reading I Coined the Phrase “Zero to Funeral”
Today we take time to reflect on a precious verse and a beautiful song. We call it Word & Worship. OUR WORD for TODAY: The Lord is fathful to keep His promises. It's easy to grow weary when we're waiting for the promises of God to manifest in our lives. We start to wonder if there will ever be … Continue reading Word & Worship – There Is Cloud
"God is not unjust; he will not forget your work and the love you have shown him as you have helped his people and continue to help them." -Hebrews 6:10 Regardless of how we become involved, it's fair to say that serving others does something good for us. Though we may have our own challenging circumstances, … Continue reading Breath Day
What makes you happy!? When I’m asked this question, a thousand things flood my mind. Various things, both large and small, that make me smile and give me a happy "high" in the moment. I begin to see with my mind’s eye a warm chocolate chip cookie fresh out of the oven (well anything chocolate, … Continue reading Seeking Happiness? Serve!
Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God's grace in its various forms. 1 Peter 4:10 Our church's Serve Day was a beautiful Saturday in the middle of July in the middle of Alabama. Our group chose a project at a local state park. Outside. … Continue reading The Gift of Serving
Saturday before last was SERVE Day for Church of the Highlands. Tens of thousands donned their red SERVE shirts and went out all across the state of Alabama serving in their communities. My kids and I were among them. They would be serving with my mom, the residents of The Village of Cook Springs, by bringing … Continue reading It Ain’t About You
I met Jeremiah on Serve Day, dark curls, first tooth missing and pulling his mom by the hand to hurry up and let him get to the play area 'cause he had playing on his mind! River had gotten the list from Jeremiah's school and couldn't believe a kindergartener needed upwards of $100 worth of supplies … Continue reading #DontDoItAlone