I recently returned home from my third trip to Uganda, Africa. I have so much to share however I can't put it all into words yet. Imagine that, me at a loss for words. 😉 I'm so thankful for cell phone cameras and large storage capacity! The pictures I took of the people I met… Continue reading Thank You From Sarah In Uganda
Have you heard the New Year buzz? "What's your word to focus on?" It's like the replacement for resolutions. Instead of making a bunch of specific goals you simply pick a word or phrase that you want to focus on developing in your life over the next year. I’ve been doing this for many years… Continue reading What’s Your Word for 2018
I just said "Yes" to go on another mission trip to Africa. This time to Nakuru, Kenya. What....Africa again? Am I crazy? Did I pray for this? Yes to all! I remember when I first said "Yes" to Jesus' invitation to salvation and surrendered my life to His lordship, it was the best "yes" I've… Continue reading Did I Really Pray For This?
I have to admit, when I first heard about the opportunity to go to Uganda I didn't have a real "ah ha" moment of knowing why I was to go. I had a peace in my heart when we prayed about it, but I continued to ask the Lord "why are you sending me to… Continue reading Jonah in Uganda
Last blog I talked about control and the awful fear associated with the lack of control. Wow! Thanks for the response and encouragement in letting me know I am not alone. This week I've been thinking about how fear, control and motivation all seem to form a sort of triangle. I began to examine areas… Continue reading Got Motivation?
Have you ever had major surgery and remember going under anesthesia? You’re lying on an operating table covered by a white sheet, in a cold room, a large overhead light glaring down on you, sterile tools and devices surrounding you. The medical team is hustling around plugging in tubes and machines are beeping while the… Continue reading Major Surgery Performed by the Great Physician
With my heart pounding, I held the phone receiver to my ear rehearsing what I might say. Finally a woman's quiet voice answered. "Hello Mrs. M.? This is Tina, Ronna's friend from second grade. "I want to thank you for caring enough to invest in my life when I was 8 years old." Forty-six years ago… Continue reading Does It Really Matter Anyway?