This morning as I was getting ready, I spotted two wooden signs that I have in my bedroom. They say “You are loved.” What a great reminder this Valentine’s Day. Once again, I am celebrating (or not celebrating) a holiday meant for couples. Sometimes it bothers me when I think of what I don’t have. … Continue reading My Greatest Valentine
After a long drought of words, I am back. LOL. I apologize for such a long spell between posts. December was such a busy time with work, coaching cheerleading, end of year projects at work, Christmas shopping, and sickness. On top of that, my brain was so overloaded that I didn’t have words. I asked … Continue reading When God Wins
Yesterday I watched President George H.W. Bush's funeral in Washington D.C. It was very moving to hear what everyone had to say about him. He was called a patriot, one who loved and sacrificed for his country. He was called humble. They said he loved a good joke. His son, George W. Bush, said that … Continue reading How will you be remembered?
Have you ever thought of how sin starts in your life? I believe it starts in the mind. "But every man is tempted, when he is drawn away of his own lust, and enticed. Then when lust hath conceived, it bringeth forth sin: and sin, when it is finished, bringeth forth death."(James 1:14-15). You think … Continue reading Hold on to your Trust
Some people have asked me if I ever want to get married. I used to always answer, yes. Nowadays, though, I have a different answer. I say that some days I do, but some days I enjoy being single—either way the Lord knows what is best for me. Whether that is to be married or … Continue reading Fighting for our Men
I am blessed with some great friends. They have pretty homes and great cars. Most of them are married and have such wonderful families with loving husbands and extremely cute children. Oh and don’t even get me started on how much I love some of my friends’ clothes! But do you know what sometimes happens? … Continue reading Something better
Do you know what it is like to wake up in the morning full of regrets? To wish you could redo the night before? Or even the day before? To feel ashamed because of the choices you made? To pray that no one ever finds out what you did? Or even the things that happened … Continue reading A Life Redo
Hello friend. My name is Christine, and I am a rare treasure. One of Merriam-Webster's definitions of treasure is "something that is very special, important or valuable." Now I know what you must be thinking, "Boy, is she conceited!" Well, if I thought that I was a treasure because of anything I did, then I … Continue reading A Rare Treasure for the Lord