Hagar: When God Sees and Hears the Cry of Your Heart.

Most of us are familiar with the Biblical story of Sarah. She and Abraham were married but unable to conceive. God made a big promise to Abraham—that he would have a son and heir. That promise was Sarah getting pregnant at a very old age and giving birth to Issac. But do you know the story of Hagar? Hagar was Sarah’s Egyptian slave girl and ultimately the innocent victim of Sarah’s desperation to see God’s promise fulfilled. Read More

Growing Through Unexpected Soil

Are you in a season of wait? Waiting is tremendously difficult no matter what you have asked God for—especially when you feel like He is not answering your prayers. What if the seed you have placed in His hands, is actually growing—through unexpected soil? 

Our situations of wait may be completely different from one another because there are endless needs and scenarios, but one thing I know for sure—no matter what situation of wait God has placed you in, the feelings we experience are the same. Emotions such as hopelessness, doubt, worry, fear, agony and despair.  Read More

Shall I bring to the point of birth and not cause to bring forth?” says the Lord; “shall I, who cause to bring forth, shut the womb?’ says your God. Isaiah 66:9

In honor of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, I want to share my own story of loss and hope through God’s boundless love.

On Mother’s Day of 2012, I miscarried my second pregnancy at ten weeks. It was the most painful trial of my entire life. It tested not only my faith but my strength. I was in the middle of my darkest tempest and couldn’t see that our Heavenly Father was standing at the end of it with His hand stretched out ready to calm my storm—like the disciples that went into a ship with Jesus to get to the other side of the lake. Read More