In my attempts to help friends and family who are suffering, my overzealous opinions and desperate levels of empathy often make me want to fix my loved one’s problems. Maybe some of you can relate.
Remembering the Resurrection most definitely calls for joyful celebration and loud rejoicing, but we shouldn’t be afraid to sit in silent awe of our Savior’s love.
Recently, my awesome, iron-sharpens-iron Mama has been challenging me to think of things I am thankful for at the end of the day. I have to be honest though; on some of those days, I really did not feel like being thankful. I would much rather complain about all the things I'm not thankful for.... Continue Reading →