When Family Dinner Goes All the Way Left: A Grace-Filled Approach to Secrets & Dysfunction

It's here we'll be covering 1 Samuel 20: 24-34 -- Where right is right. Wrong is wrong. Nothing is swept under the rug. And family dysfunction and secrets are exposed for the good of everyone involved. *Disclosure: The perspective shared is a biblical one. Please listen to the *entire* podcast (approximately 12 minutes) to understand … Continue reading When Family Dinner Goes All the Way Left: A Grace-Filled Approach to Secrets & Dysfunction

Back to New Brunswick…

(As published at https://mommyhooddeconstructed.com/) Yesterday, Jason (my husband) offered to accompany me to New Brunswick, New Jersey – home of Rutgers University and other notable establishments. And when he volunteered to drive, I was all in! Photo by JESHOOTS.com on Pexels.com I was going to be interviewed by the Founder of Hidden Gems Literary Emporium, a … Continue reading Back to New Brunswick…

Perfect Performance Not Necessary…

How something so subtle attempts to sneak itself in the journey of grace - “the need to perform.” The journey of “grace” allows us to stumble, get up again, keep it moving, perhaps stumble again while asking for help, rebound, and the steps continue. The journey of “needing to perform” yields non-confession, stumbling without asking … Continue reading Perfect Performance Not Necessary…

A Road Trip of a Life Time…

Imagine your spouse saying to you, “Honey, it’s time to leave our comfy/cozy home. Get rid of most of your stuff. We’re about to start traveling. I’m not sure exactly where we’re going, but God told us to trust Him.” #TrueStory Her name was Sarah - biblical figure, wife, mother, and warrior in her own right. Genesis 12 would … Continue reading A Road Trip of a Life Time…