Posted: May 18, 2016

I feel destroyed over and over again

My whole being feels trapped in a broken world invisible to other’s eyes. A world that my lips cannot explain and a place not many could comprehend. I silently keep fighting against the ruins that try to crush my hope. I no longer feel God’s love. I feel alone. I’m scared that this will be my fate, my downfall in life. Will I ever feel good enough as the person I am? But who am I anymore? It is so hard to find the strength to lift the heavy burdens of my broken heart and throw them aside in hopes that maybe underneath it all is a piece of my original design that survived the blow...
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Posted: Apr 29, 2016

Cracked Foundations

I sat out on my back porch on a beautiful sunny spring morning, sipping my pumpkin spice coffee and listening to the two little neighbor children happily playing on their swing set.  The sounds of their innocence voices took me down a delightful journey of memory lane.  My mind drifted to the early days of my life, being reminded on how sweet those days were.  At the age of 4 my eyes, nor heart, had endured deep pain.  How perfectly unblemished I was!

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Posted: Apr 15, 2016


Who, What, Why, When, Where, How...six small words most of us were taught in elementary school to ask when solving or understanding a problem.  Tiny in size, these words can hold the key to unlocking a mystery or harming a heart. 

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Posted: Apr 9, 2016


In the dawn of the Easter season I was reminded of a story that I read in the book A LIFE Recovery Guide for Spouses by Melissa Haas. This short account gave me a practical perspective of what Jesus did for me (and my spouse) on the cross. I would like to share this meaningful scenario with you.
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Posted: Mar 18, 2016


There was a time in my life when my husband's words were all I needed to feel secure. His "I love you's" at night made my sleep pleasantly peaceful. But sin changes things! As my husband recounted a secret side of him I had never met, my innocent trust began crumbling. Within seconds his words no longer had value to me.
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