On the Precipice

Facing a new chapter in one’s life is like standing on a steep cliff. One step forward, one step taken in your own will … there you will crash and perish. Being still on the precipice, not moving your physical body, clearing your mind, laying your heart upon the altar … you will surely hear … Continue reading On the Precipice


There was a time I lived in Connecticut. A pond near my grandparents’ home was often frozen solid during our Northern winters. My seven year old self wanted ice skates, but Santa didn’t bring those until I was older, when I wasn’t so near to frozen ponds anymore. Remember stuffing your body into a snow … Continue reading Frozen

The Narrow Way

Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it (Matthew 7:13-14). If you hike, I know you have walked, or rather … Continue reading The Narrow Way

Holy Spirit, Come.

Though I was pressed for time, still I prayed, alone and with others, for Holy Spirit to draw many to Jesus this Christmas. For the first time since God gave me ministry in 2015, I preached Christmas Eve and Christmas morning. Ministry is a fragile gift laid upon the Rock foundation of Jesus Himself. I … Continue reading Holy Spirit, Come.

Savor the Savior

God knew He would deluge Lancaster county in rain when my husband and I would be there to spend the night. Jason and I skipped out of town around 3pm Wednesday. We headed directly to a restaurant for an early dinner, before our scheduled check in at a nearby hotel. Did we have 1,000 other … Continue reading Savor the Savior