Author Archives: Sarah

About Sarah

I love being wife to my sweetie, mama and teacher to my three wonderful children, and friend to people near and far. I love to express myself through words. I blog to connect with others and so that someday, hopefully, my kiddos will understand who their mama was...way back when.

Weekend Ponderings

As I prep for the start of Nanowrimo next week and sift through the ups and downs of this past week, these are a few of the things that I have happened across and which have resonated and stuck in … Continue reading

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Strength in Liturgy

When Jonah was sick, our family began praying together every evening using the Compline service from the Book of Common Prayer. We had used this order of prayer from time to time since beginning our journey toward the Anglican church … Continue reading

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Fasting from Striving

I am a solution seeker. When Scott and I are facing struggles/ questions/ leaps of faith, my mind immediately starts to whirl with the possibilities and within a very short amount of time I can have a list of possible … Continue reading

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Growing Up

The past couple of years have brought a great deal of God’s blessing and also a large amount of pressure and trial for Scott, me, and our little family.  Although I can’t think of anything that I would want to … Continue reading

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Don’t Be Like a Mule

Four years ago, we were packing up our little apartment on campus, preparing to move to Albuquerque. We had a place to live – with gracious family – but Scott did not have a job and we did not know … Continue reading

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After the Miracle

When Jonah was healed, the first few days were a constant battle to choose faith. Every time Jonah burped. Whenever he mentioned feeling kind of tired. As his appetite returned and he had to relearn what it felt like to … Continue reading

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A Divine Healing

Last summer Jonah started throwing up.  He wasn’t showing any other symptoms of being sick, and his stomach has always been a trigger for stress, illness, worry… So at first, we thought this was just a result of too many … Continue reading

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