Richard & Sabina Hi everyone! Yesterday I finished reading this wonderful book! It’s the true story of a Jewish woman in communist Romania. Having survived the Nazi regime she and her husband were faced with even worse trials under Stalin’s dictatorship. Sabina has always been one of my heroines, she was the moment I heard … Continue reading Book Review: The Pastor’s Wife
I think this is a topic that everyone may be thinking about in whatever stage of life they are in. We all have expectations and hopes. What is waiting anyhow? I love how the Webster's 1828 has two definitions for this: WAITING: participle present tense Staying in expectation. or WAITING ON: attending; accompanying; serving. Often … Continue reading Waiting on God
" If we, indeed, desire our faith to be strengthened, we should not shrink from opportunities where our faith may be tried, and, therefore, through the trial be strengthened." - George Muller Christianity isn't for the faint of heart; God seems to call us into the most uncomfortable situations sometimes. Yet, do you ever recall … Continue reading Not for the faint of heart
Dear Friend, It seemed an irony, when I was given a new name: Hope. My life seemed to me like only the dregs of God's creation, and I had come to believe that... I lived in shame. Perhaps you did or didn't have a past that brought you to that point, but it was so … Continue reading Are you rejecting Hope?
Hey Girls! You've probably been wondering if Jenny and I have forgotten all about this blog or not, and yes, I'm sorry... but I promise we haven't forgotten! 🙂 The truth is, that as things are now, I've been back to school. College and I have had an interesting regard for each other throughout the … Continue reading When the Path was Unexpected
Hey girls! I was just thinking lately, about ministry and blogging. This is something that I had felt called to since I was fifteen, and although it's something I love, it's a challenge and truly a huge responsibility. I don't believe I realized the weight of it when I first started, and I think most … Continue reading What are we Living for?