I couldn't believe the words that were coming out of my mouth. "I have some extra chicken in the slow cooker if you'd like to join us for lunch." There I was talking to this couple I had just met, visitors to our church, and I was inviting them over for lunch. The invitation itself... Continue Reading →
I've learned a lot since becoming a mom. But one lesson that God continually teaches me is that idealism and motherhood cannot exist.
When we first moved to Texas, I knew one family. I remember the first couple of weeks being very lonely. When we found a church we had to work hard to get to know friends because the church was large and the only way to do that was to have people over. Hospitality became a... Continue Reading →