It’s true that I’ve not posted in nearly a month. No excuses.
I’ve been overwhelmed by your support with our “book release” and didn’t know how to adequately say thank you. Honestly, we are amazed that people are reading it. God has been so faithful.
On a personal, side note we moved into our new home late last week. It’s been kinda crazy to say the least.
And the Summit’s Alamance Campus launches this coming Sunday (at 9:30 at Hawfields Middle School). We are so excited!
I’m writing this now sitting in our living room. There are no curtains. No living room furniture. Just us. And right now lots of quiet…Jeremy’s out and the kids are asleep.
And I’m so thankful. For a God who just keeps loving.
Ya’ll, there’s some pain right now. In the lives of some people we love. I just called my Mom boo-hooing. Even now my eyes sting from the tears.
We are currently in a semi-quiet spot. But others aren’t. They’re fighting giants. And asking questions. And God seems nowhere close. I want to say that yes, He’s there. But it feels so wrong. Because sometimes life spirals and God feels far.
Fear and faith always battle for my soul. Trials come. Fear comes. And faith fights back. Fights hard to remind us that God is only good. Nothing ever surprises Him. And we can believe it because of the cross. We can see His arms outstretched for us and believe that He loves us. Right now. No matter where we are. No matter what’s going on.
Tonight…I just need to type this…God is only good. Only. And He is so merciful and gracious, even in our questions.
“I will recount the steadfast love of the Lord, the praises of the Lord, according to all that the Lord has granted us, and the great goodness to the house of Israel that he has granted them according to his compassion, according to the abundance of his steadfast love.” (Isaiah 63:7)
Just keeping it real for you!=)