What to write, what to write… There are so many things swirling around in my head. My mom called me today – “so I’ve been reading your blog…” Yeah mom, there’s stuff in my life I haven’t told you about. There’s a lot of stuff in my life people don’t know about. I’m being challenged toContinue reading “Not Me! Monday Ramblings”
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Change is Coming
My family will be making some changes in the next few months. I like change… when it is MY idea. Otherwise, I don’t like change. I don’t like change when it is unexpected. I don’t like change when it disrupts my routine. I don’t like change when I am not the one controlling it. SoContinue reading “Change is Coming”
This is a follow-up to my earlier post “Failure to Thrive.” My little guy saw the doctor today and I am happy to report that he is doing well. He has gained 1 1/2 pounds in 2 weeks and is a little longer too! All the lab work came back normal, so no underlying medicalContinue reading “Being Intentional”
Racing Widow and Step 4
My name is Kris, I am a believer in Jesus Christ and I am a Racing Widow. Let me explain. As a part of my personal spiritual growth, and in order to better understand how to minister to children of people with addictions, I am working through Celebrate Recovery. It’s a 12-step ministry focused onContinue reading “Racing Widow and Step 4”
Failure to Thrive
As my little guy is struggling to gain weight and “thrive” I’ve been wondering if sometimes we have a similar “spiritual failure to thrive?” With my son, he has not been gaining weight as he should. He’s not been growing. Sometimes as Christians, I think we fail to grow too. We aren’t maturing in our faith and we stay right at the place we are.
VBS is over…until next year!
My feet hurt, my head aches, my ears are ringing and I have a smile on my face. Vacation Bible School has just finished. Two of my kids are in bed, the other is in bed reading his Bible (seriously, by no prompting from me). I feel the need to celebrate and sit quietly and justContinue reading “VBS is over…until next year!”