November 13, 2019


Worry is a pesky intruder that threatens to undermine everything God wants us to enjoy.  Worry shows up when we are out of control, fearful, doubting ourselves or someone else, or view the fuzzy unknown without holding onto God’s hand.

We often treat worry as a necessa...

February 2, 2017

Test me and know my anxious thoughts, Psalm 139:24

Tests have a bad rap.  We can blame it on school, and they probably did make us think about tests in a bad way.  Actually, tests are good.  Tests reveal what you know.  Tests reveal what is true or pure.  Tests alert y...

May 18, 2016

I said I wouldn’t ask what-if questions.  I didn’t realize that they don’t need an invitation.  They slip into my head at the worst possible times.  They follow me like an unwanted shadow.

I understand that unpredictability creates the environment for  wh...

July 29, 2015

It was Sunday morning and I was listening to a piano solo on Pandora. The melody called me, haunted me actually. 


Usually I don’t pay attention to titles, but something about the gentle runs and breaks with its ebb and flow rhythm had my name on it.  It did.  It was ca...

May 20, 2015

I didn’t wait; I worried.


Knew it the minute the answer came. Knew that my fear had overwhelmed me, robbed me of resources God had wanted me to have so that a time of waiting would not undo me.

What the issue was doesn’t matter because I could apply my worry response to...

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