Crisis Care

I heard about a large church on the west coast recently and the way they were reaching out to people in their community and those within their congregation. They had thousands of members and one way they were growing and connecting was due to the church forming crisis groups. These groups consisted of people who had gone through a specific trauma and, because of the power of the Holy Spirit, overcame.

People currently going through divorce sat beside those who had already lived through a divorce. Blended families, those who had lost their jobs, addicts, or those dealing with the grief of lost loved ones sat beside and found comfort and support from those who knew the chaos, hurt, and comfort only Christ can bring. I loved how intentional this church was at working to restore the brokenness around them. My heart soared listening to how these crisis groups brought people together with others who could say that, because of the love and power of Christ they not only survived, they thrived in the storm. They weren’t afraid to admit they were struggling and were firm believers in the One who rescues. What a beautiful way to share hope and connect with each other.

Our country is in the midst of a worldwide crisis but regardless of the pandemic, crisis is and always has been around us. Don’t hide yours. Seek out those who have been there and aren’t afraid to help you bear your burdens. Be intentional in helping others with theirs. Create avenues for others to be honest about what they’re struggling with and unite them with those who can speak words of truth into their lives.

Grace and peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves have received from God. 2 Corinthians 1:3-4

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Family Bible Lessons

Join us here every Sunday for a lesson for kid’s and their families. Feel free to share.

This week’s lesson is taken from 1 Samuel 20:14-17, 42, and 2 Samuel 9. We’re talking Kindness!

This month’s memory verse is Philippians 4:6 Don’t worry about anything, instead pray about everything!

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Jesus, Baptism, and Me Guide

While teaching the lesson on the baptism of Jesus recently I was reminded of raising five children and the questions they had about their own baptism. I wrote this short guide in hopes that it will be a blessing for other parents who are struggling with whether now is the right time for their child to be baptized. Feel free to download this lesson and or share with others. You have my full permission.

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Blending, God’s Way

I’ll never forget the day my fiancé and I sat in the preacher’s office. The minister’s exact words to me were, “You’re never going to love his kids the way he does,” and then he turned toward my soon to be husband and said, “You’re never going to love her kids the way she does.” I thought he was being a bit direct but I loved this man and greatly respected him. And then he said the words that have stuck with me for over twenty years. They still make me a little teary every time I think about them.

“God has brought two kids out of your lives. Now He is bringing two kids into your lives. They are God’s kids, first and foremost. Never forget that.”

They were and are God’s kids and so are yours. They aren’t excessive baggage from a failed marriage. They aren’t mistakes. They aren’t brats you have to tolerate. They aren’t just like their mother or father. They aren’t out to get you. They are God’s kids and He loves them as much as He loves you. And you will answer to Him for how you treat them and how you love them.

Parenting is hard. Blended-family parenting is harder. I could throw every verse in the Bible at you and tell you to learn it and apply it, and even if you did, good parenting is still going to be the most difficult job on the planet. However, the key to spiritual parenting of any kind is your attitude. Not your mate’s and definitely not the kid’s. The way you approach this new life is either going to make or break this relationship.

Parenting sometimes can feel like being in a fiery furnace. Remember the men in Daniel 3? They refused to bow before a golden image so they were thrown into the fire. Note that God didn’t keep Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego out of the furnace even though they were living righteously.  Instead, He met them there and stayed with them until they were called out. God wants to be a part of our family.

All families have difficult times but bringing together separate families and merging them into one has a unique set of circumstances that most are unable to understand. Unless you’ve lived through visitation, child support, favoritism, and the feelings of complete inadequacy that come with being the “other” parent, you’re just not going to get it.

It’s time we change the “his, hers, and ours” way of thinking. You aren’t raising his kids and you aren’t raising hers. You both are raising God’s kids. With that piece of knowledge at the forefront of your mind, your family can and will flourish.

I know this first hand because many years ago, I was the single mom of two beautiful children. Four years later, I became the mother of four. Our blended family was nothing less than a four ring circus but we survived. We, not only love each other, we like each other, and we can laugh as we look back at the journey.

Be advised, it won’t be easy. If it’s anything like ours, there will be tears, probably a few slamming doors, and days when you won’t even want to look at each other. That’s normal but know you’ll survive and, believe it or not, there will come a day when you will miss the organized chaos.

In our house, there were no steps. They were ours. All of them. When my husband and I married, we had a four, five, six, and seven year old. I remember being at the church building one evening after services and saw a sweet lady I hadn’t seen in years. She asked about the kids and as they ran up to us, I introduced them to her. She spoke to each of them for a minute and then asked me, “Now, which ones are yours?” I knew exactly what she meant but smiled and answered, “They’re all mine.” And they were. I refused to single out which ones I had given birth to because God gave them to me in different ways.

We encountered that a lot and realized people didn’t mean for it to be as it sounded. They just wanted to know how we blended but we refused to talk about that in front of the kids. We were a family. We weren’t the norm but that’s ok. Normal is boring.

You’ve probably heard the statistics. Nearly 45% of all first marriages end in divorce but did you know that number jumps to 67% for blended families? And increases to 73% for third marriages? [1] Imagine the number of kids and parents in these categories. They aren’t just percentages. They are real people with broken hearts and broken dreams.

The enemy is alive and well and using everything he can to destroy these people. He’ll use your distractions, pride, selfishness, and stress to try to destroy your family, too.

As Christians, it’s our responsibility to protect God’s children.  Let’s start a revolution of men and women who are dedicated to their Lord, their spouse, their children, and the Kingdom. God does great things with stressed-out, tired, ordinary people who love Him dearly (consult your local Bible for hundreds of examples).

Safeguard your family with a few simple tips from someone who has been there, done that, and got the t-shirt (as my husband would say).

Get Over Yourself. It’s not about you.

You have found someone who has healed your heart. I remember staring out the window of my apartment, asking God what He wanted me to do. I had gone back to a small two-year college and my time there was close to an end. Where would I go next? Would I move to the University town a couple hours away, uproot my kids, and begin again? Would I stay in the little apartment complex in the country and try to make the best of it? The kids had just started school; one was in Kindergarten, the other in pre-school. I didn’t want them to have to change schools. I didn’t want to have to leave my church family. I was happy where I was but not content. I spent a lot of time staring out that window praying and wondering where our lives were headed.

When God introduced me to my husband on Friday the 13th at Chuck E Cheese (you gotta love His sense of humor), everything changed. Our future started coming into focus. My husband and I begin attending church together. He would drive the hour to my house, pick me and the kids up, and then drive the forty-five minute trip back to the church building.  A few months later, we were married. Divorced with two children quickly turned in to married with four. It was a shock for all of us. Neither of us had planned on remarrying, thankfully God had different plans.

This marriage is about bringing glory to God. You can’t do that when you’re full of pride, hate, or jealousy. Let it go. Focus on God. Think Jesus.

You and your husband are on cloud nine, but your children are still grieving and still confused. They are dealing with change and that takes time. They may be very angry. Learning life isn’t a fairy tale is a hard lesson to learn when you’re twenty-five. Having to learn it at eight just plain stinks. They don’t want another adult in their life.  They don’t want to get close to someone else only to watch them leave. Kids expect adults to do what they say. When they’re hurt, it takes a long time to heal. Be patient with them. Put yourself in their shoes and love them.

Refuse to use your Kids as Pawns.

Leave it to Jesus to shake up the status quo. He refused to let his followers be like everyone else. He told them to love their enemies, bless those who persecute, turn the other cheek, and go the extra mile. The world is full of ex-husbands and ex-wives who manipulate each other, damage their children, and wreck havoc on society. Be better. Be different. Be like Jesus.

Never, never, never ever bad mouth the other parent in front of the children. Did I stress that enough, because it’s so easy to do. Never. The kids will love them regardless of whether they pay their child support, cheated on you, broke the law, or even if they have suffered abuse at their hands. If you are going to talk about the other parent in front of the kids, do it with grace and mercy.  My grandmother used to say that everyone has some good in them. Find the good. Dwell on that.

Drama is everywhere. Refuse to give into it or feed off of it. Seek and pursue peace even when you don’t want to and even when you don’t have to (Matthew 5:9).

The other parent might slander you and the child might take the opportunity he or she can to throw it in your face.  Be graceful anyway. Someday your child will tell you how much they appreciate you for not speaking badly about their biological parent. It may be ten years down the road (it might be twenty or forty) but they will remember and they will respect you for it.. And even if they don’t, God will. Ask the Lord to control your thoughts and season your speech with grace. You might not want to be kind, loving, and forgiving. That’s normal, but do it anyway.

Each and every Christian is a missionary. The people who are in your life right now are the people the Lord wants you to lead to Him. Your spouse, your children, your co-workers, yes, even the ex. I know it sounds impossible and radical but I know that the Lord equips his people for every good work. Nothing is impossible with God (Matthew 19:26).

Trust Your Spouse

You are on the same team. If you loved him or her enough to marry them, then you have to trust them enough to love and discipline your kids. Talk about discipline before you marry and then follow through.
This is ridiculously hard and a good time to remind yourself that good parenting is. Don’t ever let the kids think they can divide you and your spouse. Be united (Mark 3:25).

Every Parent is a Youth Minister

Spend quality time with each child throughout the week. Even if it’s taking one kid with you to the gas station or grocery store, don’t neglect your kids. They need you. Have dates, have dinner, read a book together. Pray every day together.

Let the kids know that God is not just a visitor in your family, He owns it. Talk about Spiritual matters.

Remember that kids aren’t mini-adults. They don’t need all the information. Limit what you tell them, keeping in mind they can’t process what an adult can.

Watch what you say and how you behave in your home, at your work, and on the Internet. Your kids are watching.

I can’t stress this enough, pray for your spouse, your children, your ex, the other step mom or dad, and your in-laws. Pray for your kid’s teacher and Bible class teacher. Pray for their friends. Scripture says, “Pray without ceasing” and I encourage you to do so. Prayer may not always change the situation but it will always change you and it will strengthen your family. Pray, pray, pray (I Thessalonians 5:17).

I would love to sit down with you and tell you about all the crazy times with four kids and then a few years later, five kids. Some were funny. Some were maddening but take comfort in this, knowing what I know now and looking back over all the years (tears included), I’d do it all over again in a heartbeat.  

Let’s teach our children how to love better. That starts with us and where we are in life.

Take God’s hand, be faithful as you face your giants, and don’t forget that your God is more powerful than any sadness, heartache, or stress you will ever encounter. The Creator of the Universe is on your side and loves you more than you will ever know.  He is faithful and ready to comfort and uphold you as you raise his children.


Add comment Posted in  Uncategorized March 4, 2019

A Call to Worship in the Face of Fear

I drove my seventeen year old to school the other morning. I haven’t been able to do that since she got her driver’s license so it was a nice reminder of how life used to be. About a mile from the school we saw the banners reminding us that going to school is not a casual event for us anymore. It’s a blessing we will no longer take for granted.

Dozens of signs on long stretches of highway lined the road reminding us we are strong. Marshall Strong. We need to see and hear that because there have been many times over the past several weeks when we certainly haven’t felt it. I pulled in and slowed down, not at the usual spot I had for her freshman and sophomore years, but at the place where all students will now be entering for bag searches and metal detections. As I drove away, I prayed for her and every person whose life has been terribly changed just by going to school.

A few miles later, I parked at another school. This time for work. I turned the music down and thought back over the last couple of weeks. The frantic phone call from my oldest child, trying to process the words “active shooter”, the call to my youngest child and the terror at the realization that it could make her phone ring and let a gunman know where she was hiding, the flood of tears at that moment (and this moment as I type that and remember the feeling), the sleepless nights that came later, the traumatized faces both young and old as we tried to make sense of something impossible to comprehend, the questions, the guilt, the grief over losing friends, and the fear. Not your average, run of the mill fear, but a fear I had never come face to face with before. A fear that, if given too much space and power, could ruin my life. I thought of the school administrators, teachers, and staff who, out of concern for the children they worked with, ran toward the gunfire not stopping to consider that they could be running to their own death. I thought about the great love they had for these children. For my child. I thought about the things they saw and heard and how they entered a chaos so dark and unknown to help, console, and save and then I realized this is how every Christian is to live. We are called to run into darkness and terror and help even when we’re terrified. And then I cried. Just sobbed tears of grief, exhaustion, and the reality that this is our life now and this isn’t the way it’s supposed to be.

I dried my tears, grabbed my things, and jumped out of the car. And then as I made my way across the parking lot I heard the church bells ringing throughout the city. I hear them every time they are played but today was different. This morning they sounded clearer. More intentional than ever and I was reminded of something better. Something eternal. Something strong enough to get us through the nightmare in which we were living. A call to worship in the very face of fear and grief.

I wish there was an easy explanation for why our society seems to be crumbling and a quick fix for it, as well. I don’t have a perfect answer but maybe it has to do with the fact that we glamorize violence and drama. Our nation, including our children (even our young children) are drug addicted and dependent. Mental illness is rampant. Family values are on the extinction list. We say we’re a Christian Nation, but we don’t take care of our poor or oppressed. We aren’t a champion for the least of these, either. We put more faith in Washington, DC than we do Jesus Christ. Our church pews aren’t filled and even if they are on Sunday mornings, our neighbors aren’t being served or loved the rest of the week. Just ask the local waiter or waitress on Sunday afternoon if we’re really the people we claim to be on the pew. We’re mean to each other on social media. Read the comments on news stories and bullies are the ones speaking the loudest. Comments on religious articles show another group of bullies. Church bullies. They’re the worst and they’re raising children to treat others just the same. We have problems. We have a society problem, a mental illness problem, a heart problem, a gun problem, a discipline problem, a government problem, a drug problem, and a respect problem. Our culture is diluted with problems. But God has not left us. If we would turn down the noise of our hectic lives we might hear the faint call to worship playing as a soundtrack to our lives.

Church, it’s time to step up. I know you’re struggling with life. I agree that it is ridiculously hard and at times, terrifying. I know some of you are stressed over your finances or with your marriages. Maybe you’re struggling as a single parent with the ex, with visitation, with child support, or the lack thereof. Maybe you’re totally completely on your own and feel so alone.

I know we all want to be loved and accepted. I know we are broken and hurt and sometimes don’t even feel like we are worthy to call on the name of Jesus let alone understand and believe it when we’re told we are the temple of God. I know we’re wrestling with the sins we’ve committed in the past and the sins we’re in the middle of right now. I know there are days we don’t even want to get out of our own beds. I know we’re busier than we’ve ever been and feel like we get nothing accomplished. I know we struggle with feelings of worthlessness, with insecurity, and with doubts. I know our children, parents, jobs, and churches can be exhausting. I know we wrestle with pride, selfishness, and gossip. I know there are times when we just want Jesus to come back so all this hurt will be over. But I know and believe, without a shadow of a doubt, that we love the children deeply and will do anything for them. So I challenge us all today to be the spiritual leaders they need. To encourage them to love God and love their neighbors. To rise above the drama and darkness that plagues us on social media platforms and in our communities. To turn off the news and open our Bibles. To return to God and commit our children to him. To encourage them to join youth groups and to get back into a church group ourselves.

Please quit believing that the government can fix all of our problems. And please quit arguing about it on Facebook. Refuse to listen to a world that tells you you’re not worthy to follow the Christ. Believe the God of Heaven and Earth when he calls you holy, chosen, and dearly loved. Shock people with your compassion and grace. Realize your neighbors need you. Your church needs you. Your children need you. They need you to speak words of light and love. They need you to model forgiveness. They need your peace and joy.

We need our people on the pews of our churches and we need our people on the curbs of our communities. We are missionaries. We are ambassadors. We are servants of the Christ. Our children need to see men and women of honesty and integrity who are preaching the name of Jesus. They need you. Yes, you! Stressed out, run down, overwhelmed, fed up, messy, broken you. Be the spiritual leaders that the children deserve. Show them that even when we’re tired and afraid, we can still be active in the work of the Lord. Rise up, bow down, and worship.

The next time someone tells you God isn’t allowed in schools, remind them of the men and women who ran towards the gunfire.

The next time someone says love can’t fix this world, remind them it already did. Now, it’s our move.

The next time someone wants to argue on Facebook, pray for them, and move on. You have better things to do with your life.

The next time someone grieves over this world, grieve with them but tell them about hope.

The next time life terrifies you, remember that it’s normal to be afraid but fear doesn’t get the final word. It doesn’t get to direct our path.

Regardless of this life and it’s trials we will refuse to let fear have the upper hand. In faith, we will radically love our families, our communities, our churches, and our enemies. We will rise above the terror. We will speak love and grace into the fire. We will refuse to stir the flames of drama and discord. We will humbly accept the mission to proclaim the name of the one who has called us out of darkness even when darkness arrives on our doorstep.

Evil may have its moments but its days are numbered. It may consume our nights but it will not win our hearts. Our God is faithful. Our God is redeemer. He is our strength, our King, and our comforter. We will endure. We will believe. We will worship.

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What Do We Know of Holy?


A young woman preaches grace and truth and receives death threats from other Christians.

College students are hurt by their school and then wounded even more on social media by other Christians.

A preacher spends weeks agonizing over a sermon, praying it will bring glory to God and encourage the Kingdom only to be criticized, isolated, idealized, or treated as an office manager or building keeper by other Christians.

We wonder why we’re losing our children, why no one wants to talk to us about religion, and what we can do to make things better in this world. Maybe we need to take a long look in the mirror.

We are the holy people of a Holy God which means he should be influencing our actions, reactions, and words regardless of whether they are spoken or typed.

What does holy look like when you’re faced with someone who doesn’t interpret Scripture the way you do? It looks like laying down your stones and choosing grace instead. That may mean withdrawal but it never means cruelty.

What does holy look like when someone has been offended? Regardless of your opinion on the subject, holy looks like listening and trying to understand someone else’s viewpoint and story.

What does holy look like for a church and her minister? It looks like an adequate salary for the vital role served. It means making sure they can afford quality health insurance for them and their family. It looks like good communication from and with the leadership. It means walking alongside them in their work for the Lord and not expecting them to carry the entire congregation. It means friendship, encouragement, and love.

In every relationship holiness looks like love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. It’s thinking Jesus and inviting him into every situation.

Church, it’s time we step up. We are God’s people. We know holy. Let’s start living it. The world is watching.



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What We Have to Do



I received this note from a kid at school the other day. I especially like the second line. “I love God and Jesus so you have to love God and Jesus.” I can hear her attitude loud and clear and it cracks me up. This sweet, innocent child of God has some bad theology to sort out. But don’t we all?

I hope a kind soul gently breaks it to her someday that not everyone is going to love God and Jesus. I hope they go on to tell her that regardless of what others choose to believe about God (even choosing to live against God) doesn’t negate the way God expects her to respond to them. She still has to be kind to them. Still has to protect them, go the extra mile for them, feed them, visit them, walk alongside them, and help them. She still has to show them Jesus even if they refuse to see him because loving someone doesn’t mean accepting the choices they make, it means accepting the Christ and his wildly, radical call to love your neighbor.

I hope someone opens a Bible and shows her that Jesus died for us while we were still enemies so we have no excuse to exclude or mistreat ours. Maybe they’ll also show her the Gospels and she’ll realize that our Savior built a church on relationships not rules and regulations. Maybe she’ll strive to be a friend to others regardless of how or what they choose to believe. Maybe she’ll be so moved by the way Jesus loved, healed, and associated with sinners that she’ll eagerly welcome them and do the same. Maybe she’ll be so busy she won’t have time to protest, oppress, or ignore others made in the image of God.

I hope she chooses not to listen to some in the church when they say love is a nice idea but won’t work in the real world. Jesus certainly thought it would. I hope she sits with the outcasts and hears their story. She might find out they loved God and Jesus all along.

More than anything, I hope someone gently teaches this sweet kid that loving God and loving other is what we have to do and we have to do it in a way so genuine, others might even decide to love God and Jesus, too.





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Why Today Matters


December 30th may not mean anything special to you but it holds a great deal of significance to me. My father passed away on this day in 1980. It also marks the anniversary of my mother’s death in 1990.

The end of each year can be rather somber if I allow the grief to become too strong. Instead, I try to focus on the good memories and the beautiful way God has led me from there to here.

Some has said that 2016 has been a rough year but it was no worse than 1980 or 1990 or any year that has impacted you.

As we venture into a new year, we’ll witness wonderful moments and heartbreaking disappointments. There will be new babies to kiss and old friends to bid farewell. Many will give their lives to Jesus this coming year but some will walk away. There will be those who begin their futures together in beautiful weddings and those who will end theirs in bitter divorces.

We will lose those we love and admire but we will not allow our heartache to steal our hope and joy.

As those around us are making grand resolutions for the entire year, let’s resolve to live life one day at a time, starting with this day. Today:

Be a servant.
Encourage God’s people.
Refuse to let your past, your pain, or your problems keep you from your mission.
Meditate on what is true, honorable, just, pure, lovely, and commendable.
Remember that you are chosen, holy, and deeply loved.

We don’t know what tomorrow will hold. What we do know is that today brings us one day closer to seeing Jesus. So chose this day whom you will serve (Joshua 24:15). Use it to glorify him, and remember, the same God who loved us so much that he sent his only son (John 3:16), can get us through any day we face.

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The Truth About Millennials

Hey 40-somethings, 50-somethings, 60-somethings. All you guys closer to my age than my kid’s age. We need to have a chat. Get off the young people’s backs. Quit using the word millennial as a derogatory term. Stop it. Stop sharing articles about how terrible they are. Stop criticizing your younger brothers and sisters in Christ. It’s a sin and Paul warned Timothy about people like you (I Timothy 4:12).

If you really care about the church and want to help the next generation win, then go out and meet them. Have a cup of coffee with them. Hang out with them, mentor them, and love them. Let them see how much you love the Lord. Get out of your comfort zone but be advised, we find out who we really are when we do and that may scare you a little bit but that’s a good thing.

The millennials I know are in places you wouldn’t even dream of going telling others about Jesus. They are on the front lines of this Kingdom, courageous, and on fire for the Lord. They don’t have time to criticize the other generations because they’re too busy making a difference in theirs.

I really don’t understand how we can treat a group of people the way we have and then turn around and wonder why, in some places, they’re leaving the church. So stop that and start sharing the love of Christ.

The church has enough criticizers. Be one of her cheerleaders. Quit complaining about others. Quit pointing fingers and start building bridges. We’re all in this together.

Add comment Posted in  Uncategorized December 17, 2016

Cleared Lanes

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A few months ago my oldest daughter was injured at work and needed surgery. Although, she fiercely assured her mother that it wasn’t a big deal and would be fine without me I couldn’t stand it. As soon as I could, I threw together a bag and started out on my trip to the big city. This is where I need to tell you that I hate driving especially long distances at night by myself.

Getting on the interstate in my little town wasn’t that big of a deal but as I got closer to the end of the several hour trip, I started getting a little anxious. Big trucks and fast cars were flying by. A couple times a car would swerve all over the road and I would pass to see the driver on their phone.

Every time I got off one ramp and merged on to another, I would ask God to clear my lanes. And he did. I didn’t have to worry about merging into that crazy traffic because there was always a space that I could easily glide into. I’ve since driven in different parts of the country and have no problem asking God to clear my lanes and he never fails to make a way.

And then the other day happened. I got some news that I’m still reeling from. Unsure of what to do and how to proceed I sat down and grasped for words. The only thing I could think of was to ask God to clear my lanes. Remove the obstacles of fear, doubt and anxiety and help me to see that regardless of what happens, he will work everything out for his good. It may not be in the way I would expect. It may not be the decision I would make. It may even hurt a little but I know that he’s got this and everything is going to be ok regardless of the speed bumps and traps of life.

The Proverb writer also told us about God clearing lanes but he said it in another way:

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding;
 in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight. Proverbs 3:5-6

I have a feeling that you’re going through something right now, too, that is shaking you up a bit. Something that you’re not sure how to handle or how you’ll get through. Something foreign and messy. Something that hurts. Maybe you’re upset with God.  Maybe you don’t even know what to say or do. I’m right there with you. Still trying to figure it out. Still asking God to clear my lanes. Spend  a little time in Proverbs and if you’re still unsure what to say, try asking him to clear your lanes.

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