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Category Archives: On Waiting

The Best Way to Busy Yourself in the Waiting In-Between

I was talking with a girlfriend last week about these last waiting-weeks for baby girl. I knew that the end would be the hardest – when we are so close, and it still feels so far out when my body is crying mercy daily. But what I didn’t expect was the January effect on top...

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For When Your Hallelujah Feels Broken…

I had the honor of guest-writing this week for The Monday Club – Hannah Brencher’s weekly email that helps people across the world start their week with excitement and purpose. When she first reached out about collaborating, she shared her vision for spending the month of December talking about the “unseen seasons” we all face...

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When God is Silent

Are you ready for a truth-bomb? When you are going through difficulty and wonder where God is, remember: the teacher is always quiet during the test. – Anonymous

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Mud and Ladders

December 1st.  The first day of advent.  Something I’ve never particularly paid attention to, but was always part of the Christmas season growing up.  I remember the special wreath tucked aside in an unassuming position in the front of the church.  Not front and center, but centered in front of the section of rows off to...

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Black and White Rainbow Promises

Two weeks ago, Josh and I were having dinner with a sneaker wave of sadness hit me.  At a table surrounded by strangers trying hard to blink back the tears, I asked Josh to put his pastor hat on. What do I do with these visions and promises that don’t seem like they will ever...

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