I recently made a life-changing decision. I said “yes” to a question that will alter my future. Permenantly. On Christmas Day, at Yosemite, Jim Turner took a knee and asked, “Sheryl, I love you. Will you marry me?” Since
On Wednesday I talked about, from my own experience as a widow, how widows can work through widowhood. I wanted to incorporate more tips on preparing for widowhood and ran across an article I had to share. Below is the
It’s been a wonderful week. I have loved hearing your enthusiastic well-wishes and praise to God concerning my engagement to my Boaz, Jim Turner. Thank you for praising God along with us and for your sweet prayers.
Ever been ambushed by grief? On Monday we began talking about how to grieve through the holidays. If you missed the first five “lessons,” click here to catch up!
God is good. God’s goodness to me is not just a
Ever been ambushed by grief? This past weekend, I was enjoying an evening with my boyfriend, Jim, when suddenly grief snuck up on me and took me down without warning. Watching Christmas movies has been part of our family
Have you felt yourself slipping lately? Have you noticed you have begun to indulge in something you never would have imagined doing six months ago? Maybe you’ve gotten back into a habit you gave up years ago. Remember how
October 17, 2013. Today is the four-year anniversary of the death of Paul Eugene Giesbrecht. It’s hard to know what to do with the anniversary of someone’s death. It definitely should not be forgotten. Yet it’s stressful to remember. Ecclesiastes
October 17, 2009, I said goodbye. Pastor Paul Giesbrecht’s motorcycle accident was horrific, unexpected, tragic. It was my worst nightmare; I was the one to find him, a crumpled heap by the side of the road, less than five