Lessons from a (late) newlywed, Part 2: Everyone’s favorite question

Hi all! Hope everyone had a nice Christmas and New Years, no matter how you celebrated. Trung and I were able to spend Christmas Eve with some of our best friends here, and Christmas day with both my girls and my parents. Successful holiday sharing – woohoo! (because we all know holiday sharing is something… Continue reading Lessons from a (late) newlywed, Part 2: Everyone’s favorite question

Lessons from a (late) newlywed, Part 1: Moving Boxes

I can’t believe it’s been 4 months already. I admit, it seems a bit strange for me to be claiming the title of “newlywed” – but alas, that is what we are according to the calendar. I think we can claim that for maybe two more months? Another six? I guess it doesn’t really matter.… Continue reading Lessons from a (late) newlywed, Part 1: Moving Boxes

Something New

You know how sometimes a verse just sticks in your brain and you can’t get it out, and you realize that it is then the Lord is speaking to you through that verse, even though it was a different time, a different people, spoken thousands of years ago? For me, that started happening quite frequently… Continue reading Something New

A lesson from Moses

I have always loved the book of Hebrews. Not long ago I was reading chapter 11 again, where the writer looks back at men and women in Israelite history that, in the author’s eyes, exhibited actions reflecting their faith in God’s bigger picture to restore humanity. It’s when the author talks about Moses that I… Continue reading A lesson from Moses

Loving Millennials

I saw a post on an instagram story yesterday that made me shake my head with a resounding.. “yeaaaah, very true.” It was Morgan Freeman sitting in an armchair, with the following quote over his head: “Toxic mothers are just as bad as absent fathers, but ya’ll ain’t ready for that discussion yet”. It was… Continue reading Loving Millennials

Lessons from Job

In all the times I have read the book of Job, I never paid attention much to how quickly the end is wrapped up. Have you? I was thinking about this last weekend for some reason. After 41 chapters, there are just 16 verses that talk about how God blessed Job after his trials. Of… Continue reading Lessons from Job