Ask

My kids and I are walking through the book of Exodus right now.  After we read Exodus 3 one morning, I asked my 7 year old to pray for us.  I had a feeling that he would not want to.  As assumed, he squirmed away from this suggestion and offered dozens of other ideas asContinue reading “Ask”

The God Who Sees

I was reading in Genesis one day when I read this, “When the Lord saw that Leah was not loved, he enabled her to conceive, but Rachel remained childless”.  Those words stuck with me and I couldn’t let them go.  If you’re not familiar with the story of Leah, let me catch you up aContinue reading “The God Who Sees”

Faith the Size of a Tylenol Pill

Chris Seidman once said that we often put more Faith into a tiny white Tylenol pill than we do in our God.  This statement has stuck with me for years as I have pondered its meaning.  We believe in the Tylenol and trust it, we know that it will take away our headache and provideContinue reading “Faith the Size of a Tylenol Pill”

Trust That He Has Already Figured It Out

Emery and Van were little, around the ages of 1 and 3.  I was staying home with my kids but would occasionally take tutoring jobs here and there to help fluff our budget a bit.  Unexpectedly, a woman contacted me via e-mail inquiring if I was interested in tutoring her daughters.  We had just walkedContinue reading “Trust That He Has Already Figured It Out”