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Showing posts with label Guest post. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Guest post. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Guest post - from Mary


I asked my Mary to do a guest post for today.....


With all of the lists that flood Facebook news feeds as of late, I am shocked that I have yet to come across one titled “5 Reasons Why Your Work Ethic Matters”. If this list does exist, I am confident it is only career related. So when mom asked if I would write a guest post on her blog, I graciously decided to fill this void in the cyber world.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

When God's plans are different than ours - Guest post

Today's guest post is from a treasured friend of mine, a woman whom I saw walk through years of infertility.  Years filled with hope and disappointment, years of pain and promise, years where she could have turned bitter but she didn't.  This woman graciously agreed to share her story for God's glory.  I wish you could sit across the table from her and share a cup of coffee.  She is so dear to me, and to many others.  She's my hero.  Here's her story......








Several weeks ago, my sweet friend asked me to write a blog about my struggle with infertility.  Honestly, this has been challenging for me and it’s probably not for reasons you may think.  I am happy to share my story with others when Jesus leads me to share.  My struggle is that I simply can’t remember all the details.  God has truly erased so much of the details from my memory.  Perhaps it’s the exact thing that happens with women who forget the pains associated with childbirth.  Here’s what I do feel led to share and my prayer is that my story will reach the hearts of those who are currently struggling with infertility. 

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Guest post - meet Kaitlin

If any of you are discouraged by the college kids and 20 somethings that surround you, I have good news for you.  There are some exemplary young adults out there and I happen to know a bunch of 'em.  I get to hang out with several from time to time and I am in awe of their maturity, their intellect, their zest for life, their depth, and their walks with the Lord.  I asked one of these "kids" to write a post for me.  Be prepared to be blown away....Meet Kaitlin....

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Parent pain - postscript

Just wanted to add a little to the guest post on parent pain.  My friend is too modest to tell you about all the things that she's done right  - perhaps pain blinds us all to that.  So I felt the need to follow up with some things I've observed from her life and from others going through things like this.  I know there are differing views on how to handle "wayward" kids so feel free to disagree with me.  I am certainly not an expert - just an observer. And a friend to those in such crises.  What I have to share is simply some conclusions I've drawn from these experiences.  Not an iron clad promise of results.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Guest post - parent pain

I am a parent with a grown child that is breaking my heart.  I asked Suzanne if I could write something about that for her blog.  We have been good friends for a long time so she said that would be fine.  I think she is going to get other friends to write about some things they have gone through, too.  I don't live near her anymore but I enjoy her blog and her encouragement.

I am not a good writer but I hope that I can say some things that might help somebody else.  That is what I pray.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Guest posts

Got something new coming.  I am excited about this!  I have the great privilege to be friends with some really amazing women and they all enrich my life.  Over the coming weeks and months, I will be sharing some of their stories.  Or letting them share them.  These friends are just "ordinary" women whose lives have seen intense difficulties.  Some have endured pain in their marriage.  Others have had their hearts broken by their children.  Still others have gone through difficulties brought on by "life".  All are my heroes.


I've asked several of my friends from all over the country to write a guest post for me.  I've pledged to keep theses anonymous because their stories are personal and much of their pain is private.  These treasured women have agreed to share their hearts with you because they want to encourage others.  To share truth and comfort and hope. 


I'm looking forward to sharing their stories.  You won't know who they are this side of Heaven but you're gonna love 'em.  Promise.


Oh, and if you have a story that you're willing to share, let me know.  I'd love to hear from you.