Heart to Heart

On Pain and Vulnerability

It is when you are tired and vulnerable that you are most easily tempted. It is when you are exhausted and weak that you are easy prey. It is when your heart is broken, and there is a great, gaping wound, that you are open to whatever or whoever steps in to fill in the… Continue reading On Pain and Vulnerability

Heart to Heart · Worship and Christian Living

Just… Shut Up.

My mouth. Ohhh, my mouth. When I was a little girl, my grandma taught me how to use a needle and thread; how I wish I could take a needle and thread and use it to sew up my own pie-hole. Yes, my very own open trap that doesn’t seem to know when to keep… Continue reading Just… Shut Up.

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When Your Heart is Weary, But You Still Have to Forgive

I could see the tears welling up in her eyes as I scolded her: “How many times have I told you not to do that?? We go through this every day! Over and over, I ask you not to do this, yet the behavior continues, and you get in trouble, every time! When are you… Continue reading When Your Heart is Weary, But You Still Have to Forgive

Worship and Christian Living

Make Us ONE

Message to the body of Christ as a whole: please, be oh-so-careful about judging the hearts of others before you know their story. So much wounding takes place when we assume we know the thoughts and intentions of others and then knee-jerk react accordingly. There is so much division within the body because of our… Continue reading Make Us ONE