May I interrupt this Series (Canning & Preserving), to speak from my heart to yours?
This week has brought me unexpected turns and delays in my writing. And, I am so grateful for that. While rocking my sick baby for days on the porch, and walking her through the night, I have been thinking…and praying.
For you. So many of YOU.
While I am in this season of quiet here, and loving my family, with all that I have this week, can we reverse our roles, and you share with me?
You have a story. I know so many of you, and you inspire me. I want to hear where you are today, and how you got there.
If you could share your heart, your hurts, and your healing ..This time to encourage others with the real life stories that we all have is an opportunity that I would love to see bloom.
Right here. While I rock my feverish baby, or snap green-beans…As I edit my new eBook, or listen to my children play, I would love to get to know YOU more.
This is how you have pressed in on my heart. A piece of you – that you have left with me:
**The couple that lost baby after baby, and then finally gives birth to the most special gift on earth – a baby boy, whom they sacrifice their lives to bring him into his fullest potential in adulthood. Who are the most loving and caring parents I have ever met. Allowing their child’s faith to bring them to a new place in life. Where there is healing and amazing worship. The parents of a young man, who blesses all that meet him, and the man and wife who work side by side to uphold and encourage one another as the days get long.
**The woman who is shunned by her family because of choices she and her new husband have made, and yet she encourages so many with her words, and her patience – allowing God to work in and through each situation.
**The army wife who has suffered deep depression after each baby, and suffers silently alone. Whom has given this over to the Lord to heal and give her strength. He has had the victory.
**Another blogger – who has been the most steadfast encourager on my blog from day one. Always faithful with God’s Word to provide hope and joy. So appreciated, and truly loves those she invest her life into – everywhere.
**The mom who is weary. Tired to the bone, and really doesn’t want to make every day cheerful. Afraid that others will think she is less than perfect, and can find hope in my imperfections. Amen.
What is your story? Would you share here today?
If an email would be easier – please feel free to share there. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Today – below – Your story is important to me… and I would love to share in your journey.
Go ahead – Your story is meant to be shared – He wrote it with you in mind. Will you share it with me?