Praying Through Infertility: On A Personal Note

A new devotional for people facing infertility was recently released in Australia. Praying Through Infertility is an up-close-and-personal look at the rollercoaster of infertility and childlessness, and it offers encouragement, comfort, scripture and prayer for those who are struggling.  On a more personal note, I want to share why contributing to this book has meant so much […]

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The Grief of Cancelled Plans

I look into the empty starless night, The blackened expanse reflecting The void in my own heart.  The place where gatherings, meals, Conversation, laughter, exchanges of gifts Should have lived.  Now disappointment reigns— The disappointment of cancellation After cancellation,  Where plans were made, Postponed, And cancelled again.  Not for unwillingness or indecision, But for illness, […]

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Born to Die

In the lead up to Christmas, I’ve been thinking not about Jesus’ birth but his death. I suppose it’s because you can’t have one without the other.  It’s also because Jesus’ purpose in coming to earth was to die for our sins, and the purpose of his death was to rise again. This makes Jesus […]

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Travel Diaries of a Sick Girl: It Still Sucks, But the View’s Amazing! – Part 1

I recently went traipsing through Europe. I ate German sausage in Bavaria, walked over the mountains of Switzerland and shopped in Austria. I did other things too (in case you were wondering) but the food and the mountains were the highlights. And shopping at Swarovski.  I was pretty sick while overseas. For those of you […]

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