A prayer when looking for day care…

Consider when looking for daycare how impactful the other families there are to you and your kiddos.

Kim says that God always puts together the perfect group of kids for her. I think it’s because she is intentional in praying for her kids. Reflecting on the week past, I’m praising God for the group of parent’s that I was able to witness last week, and for the group that was active when my kids were at Kim’s everyday.

Forever changed and a storm blows in.

It was time for us to leave. And Daniel was still right in front of me. I had not answers or options or safety for him. I couldn’t imagine getting up and walking away. Yet, I knew I had to. We walked over and I bent down to talk. Tom snapped a photo of us, for my sake, and I told him that I was still looking for help, but that I had lots of friends who would pray and that we trusted Jesus to provide answers. He smiled and said I know. With those words, I had to turn, and walk away. Join me… #prayfordaniel

Is it Enough?

You see, when God says give…. we can’t get hung up on our “is it enough?” God decides when enough is enough and when you need to give. We are just called to listen.

And today, with these girls, I could see God smiling; almost chuckling. In addition to just depositing the money, I was able to chat with these three girls about the orphanage for the special needs kids. How in that country if they are special needs, they throw them away (literally) and no one wants them because they are considered a curse.

All of this is about so much more than $27.28. SO…SO… much more.

Seriously? You too? (Stories of Women of Faith Touching lives!)

I’m not certain that I had ever heard the audible voice of God before. I can tell you that I haven’t heard it that clearly since. With my eyes closed in worship, he was calling me. “Jen, this will be you some day. You will be the one up in the stadium in front of the women sharing. I want you here. Trust me.”

If this hadn’t been such a holy moment, I’m certain I would have laughed. Instead I wept. I stood there, with tears streaming down my face.

I’m Fired?

Grace does not mean that there aren’t consequences. In fact, many times it is just the opposite. At the very beginning of the bible, in Genesis, we see accountability for our actions. If God would have just said to Eve, It’s ok if you eat that fruit… well, the Bible, and our life would look completely different. Instead, God loved Adam and Eve, even though they sinned and made bad choices. He loved them, but there were still consequences. It’s foundational to our beliefs as Christians.