Choose to Love

July 15th 2016 1 comment so far  

diverse handsAs I have been reading many posts on Facebook following the tragedies of this past week, one quote has kept rattling in my brain. Martin Luther King famously said, “The most segregated hour of Christian America is eleven o’clock on Sunday morning.” That thought makes me sad, and I am thankful that we have made progress since Dr. King’s day. But we still have quite a way to go. Maybe this is why I love Saturdays so much! Every Saturday, I get to drive 28 miles south of Frisco and “be …

Remember My Husband

July 14th 2016 2 comments so far  

police carIt’s been a week since Dallas became the leading story on the news around the world. As the wife of a police officer in the DFW metroplex, I’ve never been more thankful to be in the mountains of Wyoming as I was last Thursday night. As my family and I were taking in our last few hours of the serenity the Teton Mountains have to offer, we were quickly brought back to reality as our phones started blowing up and our newsfeeds filled with the tragedy happening in our backyard …

Love Where You Live

July 5th 2016 1 comment so far  

cafe meetingsLast week, I sang about God’s amazing grace at the memorial service of a dear brother here at Stonebriar, Dave. Dave was a church member who I came to know through our Friday morning job-loss encouragement group, Reach Up Reach Out (RURO). As the group sat around the table last Friday morning at RURO, I was touched by all the stories of Dave’s encouragement to others. He had known some of these people for years, others for only a few weeks, but in some way, he had left an impression …

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