Finding Hope When Disappointment Strikes

During late February, I was driving to work when I suddenly noticed: cherry blossoms! I was so excited. I didn’t realize how ready I was for spring. Winter was longgg. Gloomy, grey, rainy, windy. I practically choked up at the sight of those beautiful pink buds–the first hope of winter ending. Spring was around the […]

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The Good that Comes from Darkness

The other day I was thinking about suffering–the tragedies and physical pain we experience throughout our lives. The global pandemic we’re in now, especially. Some raw, aching questions have been swirling in my head. Why do we have to experience pain? Why does God use suffering and struggle? Why are thousands of people losing their […]

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Girl, There’s Good News

I woke up and my heart was heavy. It’s been a long few weeks here in Washington State, which is (or was) the U.S. epicenter of the Coronavirus. As my brain awakened past the sleepy fog, I was burdened by the inevitable drama of the news, consuming topic of conversations, and impact on everyone’s lives, […]

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