Friends Don’t Let Friends Grieve Alone
Easter Sunday – April 1, 2018 will be my ninth birthday since Pastor Paul, my husband of twenty-eight years had the fatal motorcycle accident that tore him from my arms and caused his untimely
Happy New Year!
I hope you are full of joy and hope for 2018.
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What’s new for you? I am thrilled to see lives restored every day.
Last week, I
My new husband Jim and I began decorating for Christmas in our new home Thanksgiving weekend. He and I, both previously widowed, have found joy in putting thought into our new Christmas traditions as we blend our families and lives
It was a regular Monday morning – I was getting ready for my work week. Planning, organizing, praying for my husband and family. According to my schedule I had chosen to stay off social media until absolutely necessary. And
Rewrite Your Story – Defy The Ending
“Our job is not to deny the story, but to defy the ending…to rise strong, recognize our story and rumble with the truth until we get to the place where we think,
Monday Motivation: Plan To Succeed
You’ve failed. Again. It’s time to reorganize. Start over. Begin again. Use a fresh approach, a new strategy. When you are discouraged, it’s probably not that you are doing the wrong thing, but you
If you’ve ever felt frustrated with prayer, you are in the right place. Do you compare your prayers with others? Do your prayers seem simple? You know, you don’t have to pray long, eloquent, fancy prayers so God hears
I love chocolate. I am an expert in seeking out and finding great (not just good) chocolate.
@SGiesbrecht shares about her trip to Hershey, Pennsylvania
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…filled with not only ‘chocolate
Welcome to Worldwide Wednesday: Pray for India
I was supposed to be in India right now! But since my travel visa was not approved, God has shown me He wants me to gather prayer partners for the Esther Movement/Global
“Run, Forrest, Run.” Remember the movie Forrest Gump? He says, “Now you wouldn’t believe me if I told you, but I can run like the wind blows.
@SGiesbrecht shares wisdom from Forrest Gump: From that day