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Sunday ReCap for the Week of September 10

Since we had day of prayer last Sunday, I will include the last TWO weeks in our recap. Make sure you follow us on Facebook and Instagram, and sign up for email articles each week.  Our prayer over you this coming week is that you fully grasp the confidence that is ours as daughters of […]


Caring What Others Think

Losing your husband and everything that comes with that loss is horrific enough, but when others pass judgment on our lives and decisions it can be extremely difficult. As human beings, it’s tough to ignore what others think of us because no matter how much we say we don’t, we care. Because my husband died of Depression […]


When the Days Pile up

One after another. Though it’s been nearly two-and-a-half years since my husband Michael made his way to heaven, it seems the anniversaries and holidays approach faster and faster, and then pile up. The two days that are most difficult, outside of the day I lost him, are within just a few weeks of each other – Last […]



“My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” Matthew 27:46 (NIV) My kids’ favorite word as toddlers was why.  Their curious little minds were like sponges, and they eagerly wanted to know the answers to everything.  There were times I was so worn by their why’s I’d count down the minutes until my husband […]


God Writes My Story

“So how did your husband die?” This question can be a real conversation stopper for some widows. I have been learning this lesson for the past five years. The final moments of one chapter of my story and the beginning of the next have changed my perspective dramatically. Only God really knows our whole story, […]


Give it to God

The trauma my body and mind went through that day is indescribable. I still have aftershocks from that day and the moments leading up to my husband Michael’s death. These aftershocks trigger my mind, making me believe something awful is happening or about to happen. In fact, seeing an ambulance or fire truck parked outside […]