Welcome to my blog where I post a little bit of everything from my life and faith. I hope you’ll visit often.
In your visit, I hope you will find things to enjoy, contemplate, learn, and cry or laugh about with me here.
I’m starting to think of this blog as a book on a shelf, or a coffee table book. Pick it up. Read it. Thumb through it. Put it back. Come back again when you can.
Thank you, Jenn
Generally, about me.
I’m a Christian. A Christian is a forgiven-work-in-progress. There are lots of bumps, bruises, kicking and screaming (on my part) but then, there‘s the faithfulness, love, mercy and forgiveness of Jehovah God through Christ, the Messiah, and especially the comfort of the Holy Spirit.
Boot camp. And I’m so thankful for it.
Since 2003, my husband and I have been working with changes in our lives, home and especially our Christian walk in faith. We’re in-progress, learning how to let His light shine into our hearts and then out of our lives. Loads of trials but, as the Word says, tribulation produces perseverance and character and hope.
I love my husband and his son. We have a crazy dog and recently buried our senior citizen cat after she died. We can be serious and not, funny and not. We enjoy each other’s company, issues-and-all. And that’s my family and my life, for which I thank the Lord.
I’ve been thinking, if you read any of my blogs, then you are familiar with what I’ve told you. If you’re familiar with what I’ve told you, you know that I’ve been studying diligently in God’s Word since 2003. You also know that when I asked God how I had gotten the way I was, that He responded that I had failed to study. I’ve seen a difference from within that only Jehovah God can make. But, you don’t necessarily know my story. I was wondering, how that adds up … if you don’t know some of my story, then how do you know what God has brought me through? I can talk about getting through things, but what kind of things? My story involves me of course, but more than that, it is about the faithfulness and love of Jehovah God and that’s what makes a testimony.