29 Jul

bubbles

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Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.               Philippians 4:6-7   At some point in the 90’s I heard a phrase that stuck with me, […]

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01 Jul

Family, Food, and Fireworks

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I just love the Fourth of July. As kids, it meant staying up late, eating ice cream cones, running around w/ sparklers (gasp, I know), and waiting for Dad’s “Big Show”.  As an adult, well OK let’s be honest, it’s pretty much the same scenario. Even better now because I get to share in the […]

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24 Jun

hot hot heat

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It’s hot. It’s summer so it is supposed to be hot. But still, it’s hot.  And just supposed to get hotter. When I come in from being outside I want a cold glass of water. I want something refreshing. Sometimes life is hot too. Stresses. Fears. Anxieties. Disappointments. Frustrations. All of those and the thousands […]

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17 Jun

lying through her teeth

Sometimes I am blindsided as a parent. Things come up that I just don’t see coming. Tonight my oldest lied to me. About brushing her teeth. Maybe it seems silly to be thrown off by something as trivial as that, but I take truth very seriously. In fact, when my husband and I went through pre-marital […]

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03 Jun

Filling the Void

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“As the deer pants for streams of water, so my soul pants for you, my God.” Ps. 42.1 I have often prayed that the Lord would make me long for Him, that He would give me an unquenchable thirst that only He could satisfy. Then I would get frustrated, because He didn’t seem to be […]

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20 May

so forgetful

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We are a forgetful people. Trips to the grocery store only to return home and remember that one item; forgotten. Dates, times, places; things that slip our minds; forgotten. The name of a new person, introduced; forgotten. Those are pretty benign. We forget names or appointments or to buy cans of soup. Forgetting happens in […]

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09 Apr

whistle trained

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Here is something you might not know about me. I am whistle trained. And it’s not just me. My sister, brother, mother and I have all been whistle trained by my dad. There is this certain whistle he does and when he does we all look, we all stop, we all turn. We all look […]

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04 Mar

when things get messy

Meal time means she wants to do it herself. She manages fairly well, considering the fact that she’s 19 months old. And if you know anything about the eating habits of a 19 month old you know that managing fairly well means anything other than clean. So it was lunch time. The regular routine. Gave […]

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19 Feb

A Single Woman looks at 1 Corinthians 13

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– How is God meeting your need for love in this time of being single? I hope these next few thoughts don’t sound too cheesy.  During my season of singleness, God is meeting my need for love through my friendships. Over the past few years, I have grown close to a handful of women who […]

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11 Feb

Kathy Bush shares on marriage

Tim and I have been married for 33 years as of February 5 this year. Tim and I have lived in the tri-city area for 28 years and have been going to Bethel almost 3 years. We have 3 married children.  Our daughter and son in law live in South Carolina with 3 of our […]

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