When you are infertile, and the one thing you want most in the world – but God isn’t giving to you – is a child, the holidays are incredibly difficult. No one seems to want to acknowledge it.
“Children are a blessing.” Are we being punished?
I can’t let my heart have free reign – I have to let Christ have reign of my life. And that is hard.
My hope must rest in Christ, and in understanding that praying does not equal receiving.
I’m exhausted because, while I didn’t vote for any of the three major candidates, I know it is now my Christian responsibility to pray for the ones who won.
Ladies, the consequences of mishandling the Word of God, especially in a casual medium such as a Facebook post, can be spiritually deadly for a fellow believer.
Church should be the safest place on earth for hurting believers, but it won’t be on Mother’s Day.
It’s 2016 National Infertility Awareness Week. I didn’t know that when I wrote this article to be published today over at Satisfaction Through Christ, but someone did. 😉
Today I am again writing over at Satisfaction Through Christ. One of the hardest parts of infertility is when my faith doesn’t match up with reality. Here’s what I’ve learned about the goodness of God’s Word throughout my infertility journey!
This past Sunday, our Pastor preached out of Mark 5. Specifically, he read Mark 5:24-34. I encourage you to look it up in your own Bible and read it, but the summary is this: Jesus has been teaching, and He is surrounded by huge crowds. They are pressing in around Him. Amongst the crowd… Continue reading Theology Thursday: Mark 5:24-34