Being a cashier can be an incredibly fun job. You make so many different relationships just by checking people out on a regular basis. But there are some things that drive cashiers up the wall. If you'd like to be friends with your cashier read these notes: Hand your money to your cashier. A cashier … Continue reading 6 Things Cashiers Hate
Tonight as I sat at our desk spending time with the Lord, I noticed that the desk is chipped everywhere. So, I started coloring all the chipped spaces with a brown Sharpie to blend them back in with the desk. It kind of worked. Then again, it kind of looks like dark brown polka dots … Continue reading Chipped Spaces
A daily "yes" to time in the word is a daily "yes" to my marriage. It's a "yes" to the output of work in my career. It's a "yes" to my friendships. It's a "yes" to my mental health. So often, it is easy to push aside daily devotion time & time spent in prayer … Continue reading Saying “yes” to time with Jesus is saying “yes” to my marriage
Demons, Satan, Hell. It all seems to be a taboo subject now a days. It's like the subject people avoid in the community and often in the church because beliefs are all over the fence about it. But let's be real, it is all a reality. It's avoided because of fear, of awkward conversations, and … Continue reading Let’s get real, spiritual warfare exists
"So friends, if you’ve been wondering where I’ve been or why you haven’t received any blogs, this is why. Also because I just got wifi tonight and the amount of data we have used the past two weeks is CRAZY! HAHA!"
Hard work isn't easy. Sometimes it is. Sometimes it comes in forms of work that we love, other times in really hard work.
Dear single friends, I hear you all of the time swooning over your friends relationships and marriages, the engagements, the sweet photos, & the mushy stories. I see you scrolling through social media & wishing you had the same thing. I remember our conversations that we have every so often. I think on them frequently. … Continue reading Dear single friends,