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Eucharisteo is how Jesus, at the Last Supper, showed us to transfigure all things - taking the pain that is given, giving thanks for it, and transforming it into a joy that fulfills all emptiness.
"Why did it seem that when a person really started listening to God, others assumed that person had gone off the deep end? Maybe because God does lead us into unusual places." -From The Search by Suzanne Woods Fisher
"God doesn't convict us of sin just to make us feel guilty. Conviction is meant to move us to confession and repentance. After confession comes forgiveness. It's like the sun shining after the summer storm. There is peace and joy to be found in God." -from The Waiting by Suzanne Woods Fisher
Category Archives: daughters
I haven’t posted a blog in a while. I just haven’t had a lot to say….spending time in prayer….waiting on the Lord to reveal the next part of this journey. It is spring break. Only half a semester – about … Continue reading
εὐχαριστὲω Getting back to normal – yet not wanting the old “normal.” Eyes open and hearts full – we return to our city praying that we will not go quietly back to the same old routine. Praying that these intense … Continue reading
Waiting! She has been waiting since her birthday – in July! Waiting for a new bed that was promised on the long car ride home from the beach, on her birthday – in July! It is November. Waiting. Patience, taught … Continue reading
Well, it’s over. I survived. This is been a big weekends of firsts. Big Sis’ first dance. Another big first for Middle Sis that I will not even mention.. Big Sis looked beautiful. The boy was handsome.
Well, we officially have another teenager in our home. Middle Sis is 13 years old today!! I wondered how I could love the second child as much as the first. It is amazing. The love isn’t divided – it is … Continue reading