Romans 12:11-13 New International Version (NIV) 11 Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord. 12 Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer. 13 Share with the Lord’s people who are in need. Practice hospitality. Three days ago, Tyson turned 4. It amazes me how time seemsContinue reading “Four Years Already!”
I’ve been crying out to Jesus in despair for several hours. Living with autism isn’t for the faint of heart. In the last four hours, I’ve been spit on numerous times, hit repeatedly, had blocks, toy cars, a toy cash register and anything else he could find to throw at me. My hair has beenContinue reading “Cry Out to Jesus”
Are you living into the purpose God has called you to do? I think I am, but how can we really be sure? I always assumed that “the call” would be something grandiose and bigger than life, but what if it isn’t? What if the call God places on your life is what you wouldContinue reading “Answer the Call”
Go Away is a phrase we hear all the time when Tyson doesn’t want to do something. It’s easy for him to get his point across, instead of trying to put the words in an entire sentence. My husband and I heard those words this morning, as we were working on getting his coat onContinue reading ““Go Away!””
In the past few days, I have been pushed around, challenged to hold true to my faith and always remember that there is a reason for everything and God is in control. I haven’t been pushed around by bullies but by this mysterious disorder known to many as Autism Spectrum Disorder and Sensory Processing Disorder.Continue reading “Subtle Differences”
Each one of us has choices we make every single day, consciously and unconsciously, how we respond to these choices, says a lot about each one of us.
When I had my children, I dreamt of my children growing up, getting jobs, college, and moving out to start their own lives. I didn’t dream of raising my children and then having to help raise one of my grandchildren. Sometimes though, for reasons beyond our control, life isn’t fair and tough choices have toContinue reading “Grand “parenting””
Early intervention is so important when you think that your child or a child whom you love has developmental delays. Push for the doctors to listen to you and if your child’s doctor doesn’t listen, find another doctor. Every parent, whether by birth or adoption, want only the best for their child. They want toContinue reading “Early Intervention is Key”