Category Archives: Faith


He will cover you with His feathers, and under his wings you will find refuge; His faithfulness will be your shield and rampart. Psalm 94:1

I love this picture…it speaks to me on many levels.   When I look at it, I think of my boys and how I want to protect them from the world.  I want to shield them from everything that could bring them harm.  However, that is impossible.  But there is One who can.  He not only shields them but me as well.  He’s my protector and deliverer.  This world can be so heavy sometimes…I’m glad to know that I don’t have to lift it’s burden all by myself.  He is always there covering me.

C.B.’s Baptism

There are times in a parent’s life that bring sheer JOY.  A child’s baptism is one that is right at the top of the list.  Recently, my little C.B. was baptised.  I was one proud Mama!  My baby will one day spend eternity in heaven with Brian, his big brother, and myself.  Words cannot describe how happy I am.  I feel truly blessed to have my little family.  We’re not perfect but I couldn’t imagine being anywhere else. Thank you God for giving me a wonderful husband and the two best kids ever!


Sweet Moments

I just wanted to tell everyone (all 3 of you) about a sweet moment I had yesterday at church. First let me start by saying that I almost didn’t make it to church because I overslept. Then when I did wake up, I really struggled with whether or not to go. Brian was leaving to go out of town, I hadn’t had much sleep during the night, blah, blah , blah. Excuses, Excuses! Anyway, I did drag myself out of bed (at the last minute) and made it to church on time. I am so thankful I did.

Our sunday school class let out early, so I decided to peek in on our kids while they were in worship. I first went to see T-rev. When I arrived, he was standing and singing worship songs. Now to get the full picture, you must know that not all the children were standing. Some were, most weren’t. As I watched him sing, I noticed him swiping his forehead. This is something he does when he’s trying not to cry. At first I was concerned that something was wrong but as I looked closer, I began to realize that he was feeling the Spirit. The more he sang, the harder it was for him to conceal his emotion. When they finished singing, the leader went directly into a beautiful prayer. After the prayer, as T-rev looked up, I saw the tears on his face. Beautiful, silent, heart-felt tears. Noone else noticed or saw this but me and his heavenly Father. I cannot begin to tell you how my heart soared to see this. Seeing my son with his hands in the air and praising God was almost more than I could bear. I felt as if my heart would explode! I am so thankful to God for allowing me to share in this moment between He and my son. And what a beautiful, sweet moment it was!

And to think I almost missed it because I didn’t want to get out of bed……

God of this City

We sang this song in church this morning and I can’t get it out of my mind. I have so much I want to say about how this song makes me feel but can’t seem to find the words. So I think I’ll just let the song do the speaking for me……