Broken and Beautiful by Mark Schultz For those of us who have children already, when we see that someone is hurt, we ask our child,"was this an accident or did you do this on purpose?" They get real quiet and say that they did it on purpose! This means usually that they thought about it… Continue reading On Purpose
Till The Last Shot’s Fired by Trace Adkins Today, John Walker Lindh, an American man who was captured during the war on terrorism in Afghanistan, was released from prison, but under a three year supervision. I believe this is a mistake when many are kept in prison until their sentence is completed. This man is… Continue reading Prayer for Peace
One by one, states are standing up for life. Take for instance, this week in Alabama, their governor passed a very strict law with no exceptions even with instances of rape and incest. Other states are passing laws allowing up to certain points in a baby’s development such as the heartbeat bill which says that… Continue reading Preserving Life
I enjoyed so much those precious hands, first smiles, first laughs and all of the fun firsts! Then I became anxious to see them able to do things for themselves. I couldn't wait until they could walk to another room and bring me something I asked for. I looked forward to when they could feed… Continue reading It’s About Time
Last week, a young successful author passed away. She left a husband , very young children and a kind, godly family. She has been the subject of many posts lately. Some have trouble understanding why God allowed this to happen. I was praying for her when I heard that she was very ill. She was… Continue reading When I Don’t Understand
This last weekend, May 4th 2019, Focus on the Family, went to New York City, specifically to Times Square, to display on the large screens, a live, 4D Ultrasound of a baby! They called this “ Alive from New York”. Focus on the Family received resistance and they were told “No”, they could not put… Continue reading Showing Love or Hate?
Oh My Soul by Casting Crowns I think of three words to describe living with epilepsy. These three words are: Loneliness, Hurt and Fear. Mostly epilepsy is known as having a seizure disorder. This is true, but epilepsy has many other symptoms and side effects; and even the medicines can have serious side effects. Even… Continue reading Describing Life With Epilepsy
My purpose for beginning my heartshare blog is two fold. First, I want to encourage those who struggle with chronic health conditions. I have several conditions but the one I am most affected by, is Epilepsy. I want to share my story from the beginning (what I know from others telling me). I hope that… Continue reading My Epilepsy Journey
I'm not writing this because I have marriage all figured out. I want to share this because it might help anyone wondering how to keep working at this commitment . It's not about appearance, like you get along and living a happy life on the outside. It is a commitment between the two of you,… Continue reading Commit to Make It Work
Forever by Kari Jobe (Majestic Album) At His birth and His death, people close to Him were told " Do not be afraid!" "After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to look at the tomb.There was a violent earthquake, for an angel of the Lord… Continue reading Do Not Be Afraid!