Are you looking for a ten-step “to do list” for how to create a clean, orderly home full of perfect children and a star-struck husband? Then, I suggest you keep surfing the web. That’s not what I have to offer you.
Rather, if you are searching for authenticity and transparency from someone who recognizes her desperate need for a Savior, please stick around.
- In desperate need of wisdom from God’s Word?
- Looking for encouragement to love your children and your husband when your days (and nights) are long and trying?
- Do you wish that you had a heart to love your neighbor as yourself?
Me, too. We’re in this together. God chose me before I chose Him. He loved me while I was still His enemy. He pursued me and called me while I was lost in the dark and running headlong away from His open arms. And now, He has charged me with sharing this amazingly good news with others …. like YOU.
Join me as we walk this messy road called life, together.
God has blessed me with Bill (my husband of over 25 years), four children (Emily, Nick, Noelle and Daniel), one son-in-law (Roger), one daughter-in-love (Kristen), and one granddaughter (Emilia). My days are full, serving my family and the Lord as a “homeschool mom.” A native of Des Moines, Iowa, I’ve made the Memphis, Tennessee area my home since 2006.
You can watch a five-minute version of my testimony on YouTube here or if you’d like to listen to a longer version “Eyewitness Testimony of a Former Atheist,” that is found here or you can watch it on YouTube here.
My story of continuing my pregnancy following a fatal prenatal diagnosis was published in 2014. I wrote “A Child of Promise: A Bible Study for Parents Facing a Poor or Fatal Prognosis for their Unborn Child,” in honor of my son, Tommy, who was stillborn following in-utero surgery to try to save his life.
Titus 2: 3-5 “Older women likewise are to be reverent in behavior, not slanderers or slaves to much wine. They are to teach what is good, and so train the young women to love their husbands and children, to be self-controlled, pure, working at home, kind, and submissive to their own husbands, that the word of God may not be reviled.”