Race Training Habits

We’re all running a race, but many of us aren’t paying enough attention to notice. God has given us each a race to run in this life and I want to run mine well. But each day, each moment is a part of the race we can never run again. There are no do-overs or …

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A Recurring Fruit

I’ve been writing this post for years. These specific words came this week, but only after realizing God had me thinking and writing variations of them for years. In seeking my will, I’m often fighting His. I  wrote these words a few weeks ago about letting go and trusting God. But looking back, while I’ve …

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Unwavering Habits of Trust

The drill whirred away inside my head, literally. While lying perfectly still for my friend the dentist it hit me. I trust him. It’s why I could be (mostly) peaceful while he drilled without anesthesia. I was confident in his assessment of a quick fix. He was right and my trust was confirmed. I trusted …

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Ride His Wave

I sense it before I see it. Building beyond, suddenly the swell swiftly lifts me. If I fight, it tosses me every which way. But if I let go and ride the wave, pure joy abounds. Bodysurfing ocean waves with my daughter reminds me. I want to teach her (and remind myself) not only about …

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Singular Trust

My prayer list is too long. I can no longer remember all the wonderful people in need of prayer. Using my go-to memory technique, I write out the list and it feels even longer. Friends and loved ones with medical issues and/or life crises are seeking hope while enduring loss. The weight is overwhelming to …

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