{Life in General} The ME That God Sees

I am uncomfortable. It’s a good kind of discomfort. The kind that stretches, molds and refines. A lump of clay in the Potter’s hand. Pottery in the kiln. I was chatting with a friend today and she mentioned how she appreciated that I try to be “real” in what I write here. And, I do Read More …

{Be Still} Jarrell’s Key to the City

You can imagine that this week has been a whirlwind as we’ve worked to get the word out about Rob’s book. And, besides maintaining HB&D, I’ve taken on designing and managing Rob’s website and Facebook page and all things “publicity.” Wow! It’s like taking on another full-time job! But, I think that’s just because we’re Read More …

{Around the House} Entry Closet Upgrade

Do you have one of these closets that’s stuffed with winter coats? At my house, five people managed to collect 40 coats over the years. Yep. That really happened. They were literally stuffed in the closet, and we all know that only 1-2 favorites were even yanked out for active duty during the cold season. Read More …

It is only as we face impossible situations that we come face-to-face with a God of endless possibilities. Trust Him. I woke this morning with this thought on my mind. God confirmed it:  “Jesus looked at them intently and said, ‘Humanly speaking, it is impossible. But with God everything is possible.’” Matthew 19:26 NLT Most Read More …

{Off the Shelf} The Chronicles of Narnia

In a recent post, I mentioned how much I used to love reading books to our children when they were little. We’d often take trips to the public library to get fresh supply, but I also bought many great books for our kids’ shelves. During that time we were also driving between New Jersey and Read More …