Archive for April, 2010

Are you SERIOUS?

You know when you get those messages through fb or email that make you laugh out loud? Lately, God has been speaking to me through my sense of humor, and I am loving every minute of it. It probably has something to do with the fact that my most amazing counselor, Rob, is so funny. So, Rob, I have been listening, friend! And God is moving in amazing ways. I am learning to giggle. 🙂

It also helps when you know amazing Christian friends who can speak to your heart: “2 Tim 2:24 ‘The Lord’s bond-servant must not be quarrelsome, but be kind to all, able to teach, patient when wronged’ OUCH!!! Doc”

Mostly, I love the “OUCH!!!” Exactly what I was thinking! Sometimes God asks us to do things beyond are abilities. Praise God that Christ is in us and those things suddenly become doable.

Love it. Oh, and LOL 🙂

Read This Book!

So Gina Holmes new book, Crossing Oceans, is going to be released on May 1st. And you should buy it. Just do it. You know you want to!

Why Yes!

Seriously. I know the most amazing people. Thank you C, J, J, C, M, J, and J (I think I got you all!) for letting me hang out with you all. Fantastic!

Also, P, A, K, A, and kids–for fixing my car, feeding me dinner, and being wonderfully entertaining. 🙂

I’m a Fan :)


“The finished work of Christ versus cancer? Really?”

I claim to be strong, but my faith becomes weak when I start listening to “truth”/”science”/”fact”.

Thank you to amazing friends who understand the power of prayer and healing.

In other words… Thanks Bret!

Obedience… God Style

1. Love Him

2. Love other people

Sort Of

I sort of feel as if my world is about to be completly rocked by God.

I am sort of freaked out by this.

I Surrender All

“All to Jesus, I surrender. Humbly, at his feet I bow.”

… And, I also stand with the confidence that Iam His and I am Holy.

And So…

And So…

And so, you were in a different place the last time we met.

Which isn’t what you meant is it?

We were in a different place the last time we met.

Because it’s important to be truthful if you’re going to tell this story.

Yes, you were always about truth, weren’t you?

But this isn’t about me.

But it is.

If it were, you would have started with my voice. With me.

My story. I’m starting with me.

And you’re arguing.

It’s not about arguing.

But you are.

I am.

Nothing’s changed.

It has changed.

Not that I can see.

Which is what has changed.

That I can see?


More truthful?

That’s your thing.

And yours, too.

Yes, but mostly love. Relationship.

Ah, the “R” word.


No. Redemption.

Which is also what has changed.

Redemption? Re-demption. The demption of re.

Of course.

So we’re going to talk about it.

We are.

Because we haven’t.

Not really.

Also my thing.


What is it?

I don’t know.

You’re the writer.

Which doesn’t mean I know, only that I make things up.


A word I’ve heard.

From me.

And others.

More important others.

Different others.

But not for hurting.

I don’t believe in—

Passion? Sorrow? Tears?

Okay, I do but—

Only after—

My will—

Has been broken.


Precisely. Pre-cisely. The cisely of re.

The woundedness.

Christ was one of us.

So we’re going to go there.

Always have.

We’re going to go there differently.


Don’t know.



And so.

Which is where we started.

We started with a letter.

And we’re ending?

Only if you want to.

I want to know about you.

And you will.

Not now?

You will.


An eternity.

That is what we get.

When we choose.



So, I’m going to do it.


I’m just—

Going to go there.


That’s your thing.

And yours now, too.


Should we pray?