A Rest by Faith

Anyone who knows me would never use the word "rest" or "restful" to describe me. I tend to get names like "energizer bunny" and "go-getter". One of the most challenging aspects of this cancer journey for me has been resting. I have come to the conclusion that a walk by faith seems a lot easier …

Radiance in the Rain

Every now and again, in the middle of a rain shower, the sun breaks through.  We call them “sun showers’ in English and among the Mwinika people they call them “Rain of the baboon” (I have no idea why!! :))  There’s nothing like it though, the sun hits the rain drops, refracting the light and …

Divine Detour

Even though I sit in a chair in a cancer center today receiving my 3rd of 6 chemotherapy treatments, instead of on a mat teaching God's Word to people I love, my heart is encouraged. God has us on a Divine Detour. One that we did not expect or even desire, but we continue to …

You Washed my Feet

"So, he got up from the table, took off his robe, wrapped a towel around his waist, and poured water into a basin. Then he began to wash the disciples's feet, drying them with the towel he had around him." John 13:4-5 I don't believe there is a more comforting and intimate gesture of friendship …

You Clothed Me…

Matthew 25:36a "...I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me..."  This verse has become very meaningful to me this past week. I am overwhelmed at the generosity and kindness of so many who have literally clothed me and cared for me. From a warm winter coat to heavy snow …